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This profile was last updated on 10/18/14  and contains information from public web pages.

Senior Research Scientist

Email: t***@***.edu
University of Maryland
Center For Celiac Research 20 Penn Street, Room S303B
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
United States

 
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The precautions are prudent, said ...
www.daily-chronicle.com, 18 Oct 2014 [cached]
The precautions are prudent, said University of Maryland senior research scientist Tony Farnham, who led a hazard-analysis team.
Comets are complex beasts and dont always live up to our predictions, Farnham said in an email Wednesday. If you dont want surprises, then dont study comets.
The precautions are prudent, said ...
www.radyokabayan.com, 17 Oct 2014 [cached]
The precautions are prudent, said University of Maryland senior research scientist Tony Farnham, who led a hazard-analysis team.
"Comets are complex beasts and don't always live up to our predictions," Farnham said in an email Wednesday.
"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.
"Based on our observations, we calculate ...
waystoworld.com, 30 June 2014 [cached]
"Based on our observations, we calculate that at the time of the observations the comet was producing about 13 gallons or 49 litre of water each second," said Tony Farnham, a senior research scientist at University of Maryland College Park (UMCP) in the US.
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