Graduate student and astronomy writer

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Kimberly M.S. Cartier

kms648 [@]

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525 Davey Lab

University Park, PA 16802



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3 Responses

  1. Norman Kissoon

    Hi Kimberley,
    Was that red wine I saw you supping on this week’s Weekly hangout?
    Seriously, I look forward to the video podcast presented by you and the gang.
    I am an Aerospace engineer who contacts around the UK, amateur astronomer. I usually hook up with local astronomy societys on my travels but it’s good to tune into the weekly show. Thanks.

    80 Hereford Way

    March 15, 2018 at 7:17 pm

  2. Frank Aquino

    Dear Kimberley, I just read your article in Scientific American regarding Tabby’s Star. Great article BTW. Please mention this to Mr Wright too. I see I can’t post diagrams on this site, so I’ll try to explain one possibility for the dimming. If a black hole or other hard to see mass is orbiting perpendicular to the plane of observation (ie never occulting the star from our POV, and it is stealing material from the star, that could explain the diminishing brightness, while the slow loss of mass could also explain any unstable (irregular) occultations of orbiting planets. Maybe?
    Frank Aquino
    Perth Western Australia

    September 28, 2017 at 5:51 am

  3. eddie challinor

    I have believed in all the things you believe in and strive to achieve and hope you achieve I am 70 yrs young but still hope to see the contact !
    Good Luck

    Eddie Challinor

    January 30, 2017 at 5:12 pm

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