• Publications
  • Influence
1I/'Oumuamua is tumbling
The discovery of 1I/2017 U1 ('Oumuamua) has provided the first glimpse of a planetesimal born in another planetary system. This interloper exhibits a variable colour, within a range that is broadlyExpand
Spectroscopy and thermal modelling of the first interstellar object 1I/2017 U1 ‘Oumuamua
During the formation and evolution of the Solar System, significant numbers of cometary and asteroidal bodies were ejected into interstellar space1,2. It is reasonable to expect that the sameExpand
THE OUTER SOLAR SYSTEM ORIGINS SURVEY. I. DESIGN AND FIRST-QUARTER DISCOVERIES
National Research Council of Canada; National Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada; Academia Sinica Postdoctoral Fellowship
OSSOS. VI. Striking Biases in the Detection of Large Semimajor Axis Trans-Neptunian Objects
National Science and Engineering Research Council; National Research Council of Canada; Canadian Space Agency; NSERC CGS Fellowship; UK STFC grant [ST/L000709/1]; NRC Canada Plaskett Fellowship;Expand
The tumbling rotational state of 1I/‘Oumuamua
The discovery1 of 1I/2017 U1 (1I/‘Oumuamua) has provided the first glimpse of a planetesimal born in another planetary system. This interloper exhibits a variable colour within a range that isExpand
Col-OSSOS: Colors of the Interstellar Planetesimal 1I/‘Oumuamua
The recent discovery by Pan-STARRS1 of 1I/2017 U1 (`Oumuamua), on an unbound and hyperbolic orbit, offers a rare opportunity to explore the planetary formation processes of other stars, and theExpand
All planetesimals born near the Kuiper belt formed as binaries
The discovery of several Kuiper belt objects (KBOs) with anomalous properties (they are blue-coloured, whereas KBOs of the same type are red, and they are all binaries) gives constraints on formationExpand
OSSOS. VII. 800+ trans-Neptunian objects - the complete data release
The Outer Solar System Origins Survey (OSSOS), a wide-field imaging program in 2013-2017 with the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope, surveyed 155 deg$^{2}$ of sky to depths of $m_r = 24.1$-25.2. WeExpand
OSSOS. VIII. The Transition Between Two Size Distribution Slopes in the Scattering Disk
The scattering trans-Neptunian Objects (TNOs) can be measured to smaller sizes than any other distant small-body population. We use the largest sample yet obtained, 68 discoveries, primarily by theExpand
OSSOS II: A Sharp Transition in the Absolute Magnitude Distribution of the Kuiper Belt's Scattering Population
We measure the absolute magnitude, $H$, distribution, $dN(H) \propto 10^{\alpha H}$ of the scattering Trans-Neptunian Objects (TNOs) as a proxy for their size-frequency distribution. We show that theExpand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...