Bright Trans-Neptunian Objects in the Southern Sky
We complete the census of bright distant trans-Neptunian worlds through surveying the Southern Hemisphere sky, particularly the unexplored high-latitude regions that would contain trans-Neptunian objects (TNOs) that have experienced severe scattering. In this thesis, we developed an archival TNO survey of 6,275 square degrees of sky south of the ecliptic that have more than thirty nights of observation over five years, to a limiting magnitude of...[Show more]
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