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Meg Schwamb

Meg Schwamb

Meg Schwamb is a National Science Foundation postdoctoral fellow at Yale University. She's currently searching for previously unseen Kuiper belt objects in the southern skies with the La Silla-QUEST KBO Survey and is hunting planets in Kepler data with the Planet Hunters project.

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Observing at the WIYN

Posted 2011/06/08 02:43 CDT | 0 comments

On May 5 and 6, I had a run on the WIYN (Wisconsin-Indiana-Yale-NOAO) telescope, a 3.5 m telescope, the second largest telescope on Kitt Peak in Arizona.

South of the Border

Posted 2011/05/25 08:30 CDT | 0 comments

The last decade has seen an explosion in our understanding of the solar system with the discovery of the largest Kuiper belt objects (KBOs) of comparable size to Pluto.

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