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Dr. Tony Farnham

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Deep Impact Research Scientist

Email: t***@***.edu
University of Maryland
College Park, Maryland
United States

 
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"A composite image, combining all of ...
www.universetoday.com, 6 Feb 2013 [cached]
"A composite image, combining all of the Jan 17/18 data - after cleaning up the cosmic rays and improving the S/N (signal to noise ratio) clearly shows the comet has a coma and tail," said Tony Farnham, a Deep Impact research scientist at the University of Maryland, to Universe Today.
UMD-Led EPOXI Science Team Publishes Latest Comet Findings In Science
www.spacenewsfeed.co.uk, 1 Dec 2011 [cached]
"Not only does the total brightness of Hartley 2 vary, but the dust and gas structures in its coma show occasional 'hiccups' over the course of several rotations, phenomena characteristic of a complex rotation state," said study co-author Tony Farnham, an associate research scientist at the University of Maryland.
According to University of ...
newsstand.ascribe.org, 15 Dec 2010 [cached]
According to University of Maryland Research Scientist Tony Farnham, findings from the team's 2005 Deep Impact mission to comet Tempel 1, though less conclusive, nonetheless indicate that the Hartley 2 findings that super-volatiles (CO2 ) and not water drive the activity, are a common characteristic of comets. "Tempel 1 was most active before perihelion when its southern hemisphere, the hemisphere that appeared to be enhanced in CO2, was exposed to sunlight," said Farnham, a member of both the Deep Impact and EPOXI science teams.
"Not only does the total brightness ...
www.eurekalert.org, 16 June 2011 [cached]
"Not only does the total brightness of Hartley 2 vary, but the dust and gas structures in its coma show occasional 'hiccups' over the course of several rotations, phenomena characteristic of a complex rotation state," said study coauthor Tony Farnham, an associate research scientist at the University of Maryland.
According to University of ...
www.spacedaily.com, 27 Dec 2010 [cached]
According to University of Maryland Research Scientist Tony Farnham, findings from the team's 2005 Deep Impact mission to Comet Tempel 1, though less conclusive, nonetheless indicate that the Hartley 2 findings that super-volatiles (CO2 ) and not water drive the activity, probably are a common characteristic of comets.
"Tempel 1 was most active before perihelion when its southern hemisphere, the hemisphere that appeared to be enhanced in CO2, was exposed to sunlight," said Farnham, a member of both the Deep Impact and EPOXI science teams.
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