Does anyone think some other objects could come up like SN2006gy, Vela Pulsar, G292.0+1.8, Crescent Nebula, etc (though, Alpha your list looks like it will have at least a few that will show up). Pretty much things I found on Chandra. Are different types of Type II supernovae/remnants (Type II-P, II-L, IIn, IIb, etc) on that list? I know there is II-P with SN 1987a and most of it seems good.
Will the math be pretty similar? I guess distance modulus can still be asked about, maybe some questions about light curves/spectral lines, and if they want some binary system stuff, but they may just not ask about Type Ia being a standard candle. Instead maybe more questions about blackbody/size to find luminosity and going from there.
Edit: Also, since I hear stellar evolution will still be a theme, could they start to really expand the questions to a variety of stars (like brown dwarfs or just all types of them...)
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