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Meg Schwamb
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-Orbiting our Sun are millions of asteroids and comets that hold clues to how planetary systems form and evolve. We perform observational studies to unravel these clues, and reveal interesting facts about the asteroids and comets themselves. Most of our research is observationally led, with significant allocations of observing time on telescopes at ESO and La Palma. We are part of the asteroid science programme within the [[http://​www.ps1sc.org/​|Pan-STARRS1 Science Consortium]],​ and members of the [[http://​www.neoshield.net/​|NEOShield-2 Project]], the [[http://​www.lsst.org/​lsst/​| UK-LSST Consortium]] ​ and the  [[http://​www.superwasp.org/​|WASP Consortium]].+Orbiting our Sun are millions of asteroids and comets that hold clues to how planetary systems form and evolve. We perform observational studies to unravel these clues, and reveal interesting facts about the asteroids and comets themselves. Most of our research is observationally led, with significant allocations of observing time on telescopes at ESO and La Palma. ​
  
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