Camerian Millsaps

Camerian Millsaps
Arizona State University | ASU · School of Earth and Space Exploration

Bachelor of Science

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Introduction
Camerian Millsaps is a third-year graduate student in the School of Earth and Space Exploration at Arizona State University.
Additional affiliations
May 2017 - May 2018
George Mason University
Position
  • Research Assistant
January 2017 - May 2017
George Mason University
Position
  • Learning Assistant
Education
August 2018 - December 2022
Arizona State University
Field of study
  • Geological Sciences
January 2016 - May 2018
George Mason University
Field of study
  • Earth Science

Publications

Publications (6)
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Inferring properties of exoplanets from their atmospheres presents technical challenges in data collection due to low resolution and low signal-to-noise ratio (S/N) and theoretical challenges in the predictions made from forward-modeling due to errors introduced via incomplete or inaccurate assumptions in atmospheric physics and chemistry. The comb...
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Inferring the properties of exoplanets from their atmospheres, while confronting low resolution and low signal-to-noise in the context of the quantities we want to derive, poses rigorous demands upon the data collected from observation. Further compounding this challenge is that inferences of exoplanet properties are built from forward models, whic...
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The search for life on exoplanets is one of the grand scientific challenges of our time. The strategy to date has been to find (e.g., through transit surveys like Kepler) earthlike exoplanets in their stars’ habitable zone, then use transmission spectroscopy to measure biosignature gases, especially oxygen, in the planets’ atmospheres (e.g., using...
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The search for life on exoplanets is one of the grand scientific challenges of our time. The strategy to date has been to find (e.g., through transit surveys like Kepler) Earth-like exoplanets in their stars habitable zone, then use transmission spectroscopy to measure biosignature gases, especially oxygen, in the planets atmospheres (e.g., using J...

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