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Stephanie Hamilton

Stephanie Hamilton

Stephanie Hamilton

Stephanie Hamilton is a physics graduate student and NSF graduate fellow at the University of Michigan. Her work focuses on studying the orbits of the small bodies beyond Neptune in order learn more about the Solar System's formation and evolution, in addition to discovering many more of these small bodies using a fancy new camera developed by the Dark Energy Survey Collaboration. Outside of work, she likes to read sci-fi books, binge TV shows, write about her travels or new science results, and play tennis.

(Personal website: stephaniejhamilton.com; LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/stephanie-j-hamilton; Twitter: @StephHamy820)

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Then vs. Now: How the Debate Over a Distant Planet in the Solar System Has Evolved

October 30, 2017

What have we learned about the distant objects in our Solar System beyond Neptune in the past year?

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