The experimental investigation of nuclear physics questions with the necessary precision and reliability of interpretations can only be successful by considering various, partially complementary, observables, and needs the application of a wide suite of experimental methods to access the variety of nuclear properties or reactions with complementary techniques. The many observables obtained in this way are tested against the predictions of state of the art theoretical models. They are used to consistently develop a unified theoretical treatment with high predictive power, aiming to describe all atomic nuclei and the various processes of nucleo genesis. The various experimental and theoretical approaches and competences, collected within the FSP NuSTAR.de, necessitate a coherent approach in answering the underlying central questions.
The activities of the NuSTAR collaboration encompass the construction of the Superconducting Fragment Separator (Super-FRS), which is used for separation and identifications of the rare isotopes created at FAIR, as well as the NuSTAR experiments at the Super-FRS at FAIR. We refer to the web pages of the individual working groups: