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Elizabeth Yunerman
UCSC undergrad studying astrophysics, modeling planet formation, and climbing rocks 🧗🏽‍♀️
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Elizabeth Yunerman May 17
Can I please have a paper about planetesimal formation and the role of turbulence?
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Diana Powell May 11
Can we measure total protoplanetary disk mass without assuming a tracer-to-H2 ratio? Check out our new paper on the locations of planet formation where we derive total gaseous surface densities for 7 protoplanetary disks using dust lines!
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Elizabeth Yunerman May 11
Replying to @exoPaperBot
Thanks!
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Elizabeth Yunerman May 11
Can I please have a paper about the formation of Jupiter and gas giant planets? thanks.
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Elizabeth Yunerman May 7
Thank you for the mention!! We love the show and it was so nice to meet you!!!
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Elizabeth Yunerman May 7
awake?
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Elizabeth Yunerman Apr 30
hello! Can I please have paper about the effect of turbulence in protoplanetary disks.
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Elizabeth Yunerman Apr 28
can I please have a paper about planet formation, planetesimals, growth, and drift?
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Michael J. Malaska Apr 7
Kelvin-Helmholtz cloud waves AND Superbloom California poppies. At Antelope Valley Poppy Preserve.
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Peter🌋Brannen Jan 30
This, to me, is the single scariest graphic about our future world. It's a map of the expected pH change of the ocean by the end of the century, as the seas react with excess CO2 and get more acidic. This global chemistry experiment will be lethal for huge swaths of ocean life.
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Elizabeth Yunerman Jan 21
Replying to @NikkiRider
It was great seeing you too! Let’s stay in touch when you go to grad school ☺️
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Caitlin Casey Jan 8
Thank you all for your love, support and comments about my plenary talk on the Obscured Early Universe yesterday at . It's impossible to divorce identity and experiences from science, and I wanted to convey that ever-present feeling while sharing my science with you.
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Elizabeth Yunerman Dec 13
Great thread on planet formation!!
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Shreyas Vissapragada Dec 12
some absolutely breathaking results from the DSHARP project with ALMA hit arxiv today. which disk is your favorite?
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Elizabeth Yunerman Dec 7
Planet forming disks are beautifully complex and they are my favorite :)
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Sean Raymond Dec 5
My review on how the Solar System's formation fits in a larger (exoplanet) context is out! The 2 key mechanisms shaping planetary systems appear to be orbital migration and dynamical instability.
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Michiel Lambrechts Dec 5
To understand dust-gas drag instabilities in protoplanetary discs , Capelo et al simulated... Naaaa, they just recreated a chunk of a disc in a lab in Gottingen. Fascinating stuff!
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Elizabeth Yunerman Dec 1
I relate to this! This has been my past quarter. I’ve had my pupils dilated at least four times in the past two months and also got to experience the new eye pressure test!
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Jonathan Fortney Sep 20
This strikes me as a particularly important paper. "Why do protoplanetary disks appear not massive enough to form the known exoplanet population?"
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Zafar Rustamkulov 8 Jun 18
Freshman researcher presenting her analytical modeling of particle growth, drift, and fragmentation timescales in protoplanetary disks, in collaboration with . More to come!!!
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