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Scott D. Tremaine

Astrophysical dynamics, including the formation and evolution of planets, the
long-term stability of planetary systems, small bodies in the solar system
(comets, asteroids, the Kuiper belt, and planetary rings), debris disks and
planetesimal disks, binary stars and stellar systems, structure and formation
of galaxies, dynamics of dark matter, and black holes and galactic nuclei.

Scott D. Tremaine

Charles A. Young Professor of Astronomy on the Class of 1897 Foundation, Emeritus, Professor of Astrophysical Sciences, Emeritus. Visiting Lecturer with the rank of Professor in Astrophysical Sciences.

Institute for Advanced Study

School of Natural Sciences Einstein Drive

Princeton, NJ 08540

Phone: 609-734-8191

Fax: 609-924-7592

E-mail: tremaine at

Academic Assistant Michele Turansick

Phone: 609-734-8058

E-mail: mat at  

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