Publications

Peer Reviewed Publications

  1. M. T. Bannister, C. Shankman, K. Volk, Y.-T. Chen, N. Kaib, B. J. Gladman, M. Jakubik, J.J Kavelaars, W.C Fraser, M.E. Schwamb, J.-M. Petit, S.-Y. Wang, S. D. J. Gwyn, M. Alexandersen, R. E. Pike, 2017, OSSOS: V. Diffusion in the orbit of a high-perihelion distant Solar System object, AJ, in press
  2. W. C. Fraser, M T. Bannister, R. E. Pike, M. Marsset, M. E. Schwamb, J. J. Kavelaars, P. Lacerda, D. Nesvorný, K. Volk, A. Delsanti, S. Benecchi, M. J. Lehner, K. Noll, B.Gladman, J.-M. Petit, S. Gwyn, Y.-T. Chen, S.-Y.Wang, M. Alexandersen, T/ Burdullis, S. Sheppard & Chad Trujillo, 2017, All planetesimals born near the Kuiper belt formed as binaries, Nature Astronomy, in press
  3. M. T. Bannister, M. Alexandersen, S. D. Benecchi, Y.-T. Chen, A. Delsanti, W. C. Fraser, B. J. Gladman, M. Granvik, W. M. Grundy, A. Guilbert-Lepoutre, S. D. J. Gwyn, W.-H. Ip, M. Jakubik, R. L. Jones, N. Kaib, J. J. Kavelaars, P. Lacerda, S. Lawler, M.  J. Lehner, H. W. Lin, P. S. Lykawka, M. Marsset, R. Murray-Clay, K. S. Noll, A. Parker, J.-M. Petit, R. E. Pike, P. Rousselot, M. E. Schwamb, C. Shankman, P. Veres, P. Vernazza, K. Volk, S.-Y. Wang, R. Weryk, 2016,  OSSOS: IV. Discovery of a dwarf planet candidate in the 9:2 resonance with Neptune, AJ, 152, 212
  4. M. T. Bannister et al. (M. E. Schwamb, 35th author)  2016, The Outer Solar System Origins Survey: Design and First-quarter Discoveries, AJ, 152, 70B
  5. A. C. Barr & M. E. Schwamb, 2016, Interpreting the Densities of the Kuiper Belt’s Dwarf Planets, MNRAS, 460,1542
  6. W. C. Fraser, M. Alexandersen, M. E. Schwamb, M. Marsset, R. E. Pike,  J. J. Kavelaars, M. T. Bannister, S. Benecchi,  A. Delsanti, 2016, TRIPPy: Trailed Image Photometry in Python, AJ, 151, 158
  7. R. Schmitt et al.  (M. E. Schwamb, 24th author), 2016, Planet Hunters X: Searching for Nearby Neighbors of 75 Planet and Eclipsing Binary Candidates from the K2 Kepler extended mission, AJ, in press
  8. M. Kimura et al. (M. E. Schwamb, 17th author), 2015, Repetitive patterns in rapid optical variations in the nearby black-hole binary V404 Cygni, Nature, 529, 54
  9. R. Brasser & M. E. Schwamb, 2015, Reassessing the Formation of the Inner Oort cloud in an Embedded Star Cluster II: Probing the Inner Edge, MNRAS, 446, 3788
  10. J. R. Schmitt  et al. (M. E. Schwamb 19th author), 2014,Planet Hunters VII. Discovery of a New Low-Mass, Low-Density Planet (PH3 c) Orbiting Kepler-289 with Mass Measurements of Two Additional Planets (PH3 b and d), ApJ, 795, 167
  11. J. R. Schmitt  et al. (M. E. Schwamb 7th author), 2014, Planet Hunters VI: An Independent Characterization of KOI-351 and Several Long Period Planet Candidates from the Kepler Archival Data,  AJ, 148, 28
  12. M.E. Schwamb, M.E. Brown, & W.C. Fraser, 2014, The Small Number of Large Kuiper belt objects, AJ, 147, 2
  13. A. Mao, et al. (M. E. Schwamb 5th author) Volunteering vs. Work for Pay: Incentives and Tradeoffs in Crowdsourcing,  2013, Proceedings of the First Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence Conference on Human Computation (HCOMP 2013).
  14. J. Wang,  et al. (M. E. Schwamb 6th author), 2013, Planet Hunters V: A Confirmed Jupiter-Size Planet in the Habitable Zone and 42 Planet Candidates from the Kepler Archive Data, ApJ, 776,10
  15. D. Rabinowitz, M. E. Schwamb, E. Hadjiyska, S. Tourtellotte, & P. Rojo 2013, The Peculiar Photometric Properties of 2010 WG9: A Slowly Rotating Trans-Neptunian Object from the Oort Cloud, 2013, AJ, 146, 17
  16. C. J. Lintott, M. E. Schwamb et al. 2013, Planet Hunters: New Kepler planet candidates from analysis of quarter 2, AJ, 145 151
  17. M. E. Schwamb, J.  A. Orosz, J.  A. Carter, et al. 2013, Planet Hunters: A Circumbinary Planet in a Quadruple Star System, ApJ 768, 127
  18. D. Rabinowitz, M. E. Schwamb, E. Hadjiyska, & S. Tourtellotte, 2013, The La Silla – QUEST Kuiper Belt Survey, AJ, 144, 140
  19. M. E. Schwamb, C. J. Lintott, D. A. Fischer, et al., 2012. Planet Hunters: Assessing the Kepler Inventory of Short Period Planets, ApJ, 754, 129
  20. R. Brasser, M. E. Schwamb, P. S. Lykawka, & R. Gomes, 2012, An Oort cloud origin for the high-inclination, high-perihelion Centaurs, MNRAS, 420, 3396
  21. D. A. Fischer, M. E. Schwamb, et al., 2012, The First Two Planet Candidates Identified by the Public using the Kepler Public Archive Data, MNRAS, 419, 2900
  22. R. Brasser, M. J. Duncan, H. F. Levison, M. E. Schwamb, & M. E. Brown, 2012,Reassessing the formation of the inner Oort cloud in an embedded star cluster, Icarus, 217, 1
  23. W. C. Fraser, M.E. Brown, & M. E. Schwamb, 2010, The Luminosity Function of the Hot and Cold Kuiper belt Populations, Icarus, 10, 944
  24. M. E. Schwamb, M. E. Brown, D. L. Rabinowitz, & D. Ragozzine, 2010, Properties of the Distant Kuiper Belt: Results from the Palomar Distant Solar System Survey, ApJ, 20,1691
  25. M. E. Schwamb, M.E  Brown, & D. L. Rabinowitz, 2009, A Search for Distant Solar System Bodies in the Region of Sedna, ApJL, 694, L45
  26. M. J. Lehner et al. (M. E. Schwamb 5th author) 2009, The Taiwanese-American Occultation Survey: The Multi-Telescope Robotic Observatory, PASP, 12, 138
  27. C. Night, R. Di Stefano,& M. Schwamb, 2008, Beyond Caustic Crossings: Properties of Binary Microlensing Light Curves, ApJ, 686, 785
  28. J. H. Wang, M. E. Schwamb et. al. 2008, The Early Optical Brightening in the GRB 071010B, ApJL, 679,L5

Non-Peer Reviewed Publications

  1. M. E. Schwamb, 2014, Solar System: Stranded in no-man’s-land, Nature, News & Views, 507 7493

Popular Science Articles

  1. M. Schwamb, 2014, ‘How You Can Find a Planet’, Sky & Telescope, March edition

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