Artist's rendition of what 29P/SW1 would look like as an inner solar system comet (image: Heather Roper/University of Arizona)
Sarid, Volk, Steckloff, Harris, Womack, & Woodney (2019): "29P/Schwassmann-Wachmann 1, A Centaur in the Gateway to the Jupiter-Family Comets"
"Comet Gateway Discovered to Inner Solar System, May Alter Fundamental Understanding of Comet Evolution" University of Central Florida press release, September 2019
"Beyond Jupiter, Researchers Discovered a 'Cradle of Comets'" University of Arizona UA News article, October 2019
"Newfound Cosmic 'Gateway' Funnels Small, Icy Objects to the Inner Solar System" LiveScience, September 2019
"An ‘Orbital Gateway’ Can Guide Comets to the Inner Solar System" Discover Magazine blogs, September 2019
"Comet gateway discovered to inner solar system, may alter fundamental understanding of comet evolution" Phys.org, September 2019
"New-Found Comet Gateway Funnels Icy Bodies Into Inner Solar System" Forbes.com, October 2019
Volk & Malhotra (2017): "The curiously warped mean plane of the Kuiper belt"
"UA Scientists and the Curious Case of the Warped Kuiper Belt" University of Arizona press release, June 2017
"Weird orbits hint `Planet Ten' might lurk at solar system edge" New Scientist, June 2017
"A mysterious Mars-sized planet may be hiding at the edge of our solar system" The Washington Post, June 2017
"Weird Orbits Suggest Solar System May Harbor Another Hidden Planet" NBCnews.com, June 2017
Malhotra, Volk, & Wang (2016): "Corralling a distant planet with extreme resonant Kuiper belt objects"
"More evidence for ninth planet on solar system's fringes" University of Arizona press release, October 2016
"Planet Nine update: Possible resonances beyond the Kuiper belt?" The Planetary Society, March 2016
"An update on Planet 9" AAS Nova, June 2016
"UA scientists at forefront of search for Planet 9" Tucson News Now, October 2016