PTYS/LPL Graduate Students

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Theodore Kareta

PTYS Graduate Student

Orbital Dynamics, Planetary Astronomy, Planetary Surfaces, Small Bodies

I'm interested in the life cycle of comets, from activation in the centaur region through to their deactivation and dormancy among the near-Earth objects. My work primarily uses imaging and spectroscopic observations of comets, centaurs, and comet-candidates at optical and near-infrared wavelengths with ground-based telescopes, and has recently incorporated some orbital dynamics as well.
Take a look at my website, it's got more information about me, my research, and other helpful things. (Plus I update it a little bit more often than this page!)

B.S. Astronomy and Physics, 2017, The University of Massachusetts, Amherst
MS (en route) Planetary Science, 2019, The University of Arizona

Major Advisor(s): Walter Harris, Vishnu Reddy
Minor Field(s) of Study: Planetary Sciences

See all peer-reviewed publications at this ADS link.

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Co-Authored Publications (very incomplete):

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Last updated on February 21, 2020