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[en] Supernovae are Nature's high-energy, high density laboratory experiments, reaching densities in excess of nuclear densities and temperatures above 10 MeV. Astronomers have built up a suite of diagnostics to study these supernovae. If we can utilize these diagnostics, and tie them together with a theoretical understanding of supernova physics, we can use these cosmic explosions to study the nature of matter at these extreme densities and temperatures. Capitalizing on these diagnostics will require understanding a wide range of additional physics. Here we review the diagnostics and the physics neeeded to use them to learn about the supernova engine, and ultimate nuclear physics
[en] Study of compressed nuclear matter seems to be very interesting as it promises getting the new and very interesting information on the properties of nuclear matter in different regions of its phase diagram. It is important that the competitive ability of the Nuclotron-M in such studies is very high now and in the near future.