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Maria Helena Moreira Morais

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Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP). Campus de Rio Claro. Instituto de Geociências e Ciências Exatas (IGCE)  (Institutional affiliation for the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Portugal

Maria Helena Moreira Morais in research grants and scholarships supported by FAPESP.

News published in Agência FAPESP Newsletter about the researcher
A population of asteroids of interstellar origin inhabits the Solar System 
Extrasolar asteroid has been orbiting the Sun for 4.5 billion years 
The Bee-Zed asteroid orbits in the opposite direction to planets 
Articles published in other media outlets (67 total):
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Yahoo!: Cientistas encontram 19 asteroides interestelares "roubados" pelo Sistema Solar (20/Jul/2020)
Yahoo!: Cientistas encontram 19 asteroides interestelares "roubados" pelo Sistema Solar (20/Jul/2020)
El Universo Hoy (Espanha): Una población de asteroides de origen interestelar habita en el Sistema Solar (26/Aug/2020)
Info Uno (Chile): Astrónomos identifican rocas espaciales ‘de origen interestelar’ en el Sistema Solar (05/Aug/2020)
Sitios Fuente (México): Una población de asteroides de origen interestelar habita en el Sistema Solar (24/Jul/2020)
Big World Tale: Alien asteroid: Space rocks ‘of interstellar origin’ inhabit Solar System (23/Jul/2020)
Daily Express online (Reino Unido): Alien asteroid: Astronomers identify space rocks 'of interstellar origin' in Solar System (23/Jul/2020)
Yahoo! (Índia): Scientists identify asteroids of interstellar origin moving in our Solar System (21/Jul/2020)
Vaaju : Scientists identify asteroids of interstellar origin moving in our solar system (21/Jul/2020)
Shotoe: Los científicos identifican asteroides de origen interestelar que se mueven en nuestro Sistema Solar (21/Jul/2020)
Crónica (Argentina) online: Descubren población de "centauros" interestelares que orbitan en el sistema solar (21/Jul/2020)
TecNoticias (Espanha): Los científicos identifican asteroides de origen interestelar que se mueven en nuestro Sistema Solar (21/Jul/2020)
NCYT Amazings (Espanha): Existe una población de asteroides de origen interestelar que habita en nuestro sistema solar (20/Jul/2020)
Canaltech: Cientistas encontram 19 asteroides interestelares "roubados" pelo Sistema Solar (20/Jul/2020)
Space Daily (Austrália): A population of asteroids of interstellar origin inhabits the Solar System (20/Jul/2020)
Signs of the Times: Astronomers have identified asteroids of interstellar origin inhabiting the solar system (20/Jul/2020)
Tunisie Soir (Tunísia): A population of asteroids of interstellar origin inhabits the Solar System (20/Jul/2020)
Vaaju : Astronomers identify asteroids of interstellar origin that live in our solar system (20/Jul/2020)
Central das Notícias: Cientistas encontram 19 asteroides interestelares "roubados" pelo Sistema Solar (20/Jul/2020)
NewsBeezer: Astronomers identify asteroids of interstellar origin that inhabit our solar system (20/Jul/2020)
Knowledia (França): A population of asteroids of interstellar origin inhabits the Solar System (20/Jul/2020)
Knowledia (França): Astronomers Identify Asteroids of Interstellar Origin Inhabiting Our Solar System (20/Jul/2020)
Burada Biliyorum (Turquia): A population of asteroids of interstellar origin inhabits the Solar System (20/Jul/2020)
Remo News: Astronomers identify the interstellar asteroids that inhabit our solar system (20/Jul/2020)
Naveen Bharat (Índia): A population of asteroids of interstellar origin inhabits the Solar System (20/Jul/2020)
Robert McGrath's Blog (EUA): Asteroids from Outside (20/Jul/2020)
The Union Journal: Four massive asteroids en route to Earth, as scientists discover space rocks of INTERSTELLAR origin in our solar system (20/Jul/2020)
Daily Star (Reino Unido): Scientists tracking asteroids from another star system as five set to fly past Earth (20/Jul/2020)
Free Game Guide: Scientists find 19 interstellar asteroids "stolen" by the Solar System (20/Jul/2020)
Tech Explorist (Índia): Scientists identified 19 asteroids of interstellar origin (20/Jul/2020)
All News Buzz (EUA): Astronomers have identified asteroids of interstellar origin inhibiting our solar system (20/Jul/2020)
No Lies Radio (EUA): Four massive asteroids en route to Earth, as scientists discover space rocks of INTERSTELLAR origin in our solar system (20/Jul/2020)
SpaceRef (EUA): A Population Of Asteroids Of Interstellar Origin Inhabits The Solar System (19/Jul/2020)
SciTech Daily (EUA): Astronomers Identify Asteroids of Interstellar Origin Inhabiting Our Solar System (19/Jul/2020)
Avalanches.com: Astronomers Identify Asteroids of Interstellar Origin Inhabiting Our Solar System (19/Jul/2020)
Ineffable Island (EUA): Asteroids of Interstellar Origin Inhabit the Solar System (18/Jul/2020)
La Macchina del Tempo (Itália): Una popolazione di asteroidi di origine interstellare abita il Sistema Solare (18/Jul/2020)
Lotgain: A population of asteroids of interstellar origin inhabits the Solar System (18/Jul/2020)
Nanowerk (EUA): A population of asteroids of interstellar origin inhabits the Solar System (17/Jul/2020)
FBI Reform (EUA): Eurasia Review: Population Of Asteroids Of Interstellar Origin Inhabits The Solar System (17/Jul/2020)
Phys.Org (Reino Unido): A population of asteroids of interstellar origin inhabits the Solar System (16/Jul/2020)
Science Codex: A population of asteroids of interstellar origin inhabits the Solar System (16/Jul/2020)
Eurasia Review (Espanha): Population Of Asteroids Of Interstellar Origin Inhabits The Solar System (16/Jul/2020)
Scienmag Science Magazine (Reino Unido): A population of asteroids of interstellar origin inhabits the Solar System (16/Jul/2020)
7thSpace: A population of asteroids of interstellar origin inhabits the Solar System (16/Jul/2020)
Dual Dove: Newly-Discovered Asteroids Have Interstellar Origins (16/Jul/2020)
Head Topics (Reino Unido): Alien asteroid: Astronomers identify space rocks 'of interstellar origin' in Solar System (16/Jul/2020)
Só Notícias Boas: Pesquisadores identificam 19 objetos interestelares no Sistema Solar (28/Apr/2020)
Terra: Sistema Solar tem população de asteroides de origem interestelar (27/Apr/2020)
Climatempo: Sistema Solar tem população de asteroides de origem interestelar (27/Apr/2020)
Gazeta de Piracicaba: Origem interestelar (26/Apr/2020)
Sociedade Científica: População de asteroides de origem interestelar habita o Sistema Solar (26/Apr/2020)
Tudo Variado Brasil: Asteroides de origem interestelar habitam o Sistema Solar (25/Apr/2020)
Saber Atualizado: Cientistas Brasileiros descobrem asteroides de origem interestelar no Sistema Solar (25/Apr/2020)
Dicas Verdes: Astrônomos podem ter descoberto 19 outros asteroides interestelares (25/Apr/2020)
Inovação Tecnológica: Sistema Solar tem população de asteroides de origem interestelar (24/Apr/2020)
MSN: Asteroides de origem interestelar habitam o Sistema Solar (24/Apr/2020)
Olhar Digital: Pesquisadores identificam 19 objetos interestelares no Sistema Solar (24/Apr/2020)
Espaço Ecológico no Ar: Uma população de asteroides de origem interestelar habita o Sistema Solar (24/Apr/2020)
Planeta online: Asteroides de origem interestelar habitam o Sistema Solar (24/Apr/2020)
Blog Jornal da Mulher: Uma população de asteroides de origem interestelar habita o Sistema Solar (24/Apr/2020)
Ata News: Pesquisadores identificam 19 objetos interestelares no Sistema Solar (24/Apr/2020)
Sociedade Científica: Astrônomos podem ter descoberto 19 outros asteroides interestelares (24/Apr/2020)
Tá Sabendo?: Uma população de asteroides de origem interestelar habita o Sistema Solar. (24/Apr/2020)
Digital Rádio e TV: Uma população de asteroides de origem interestelar habita o Sistema Solar. (24/Apr/2020)
Central das Notícias: Asteroides de origem interestelar habitam o Sistema Solar (24/Apr/2020)
Tech Na Net: Pesquisadores identificam 19 objetos interestelares no Sistema Solar (24/Apr/2020)
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Scientific publications resulting from Research Grants and Scholarships under the grantee's responsibility (9)

(References retrieved automatically from Web of Science and SciELO through information on FAPESP grants and their corresponding numbers as mentioned in the publications by the authors)

Publications9
Citations39
Cit./Article4.3
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NAMOUNI, F.; MORAIS, M. H. M.. The disturbing function for asteroids with arbitrary inclinations. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, v. 474, n. 1, p. 157-176, . Web of Science Citations: 3. (15/17962-5)

NAMOUNI, F.; MORAIS, M. H. M.. Resonance capture at arbitrary inclination - II. Effect of the radial drift rate. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, v. 467, n. 3, p. 2673-2683, . Web of Science Citations: 9. (15/17962-5)

NAMOUNI, F.; MORAIS, M. H. M.. An interstellar origin for Jupiter's retrograde co-orbital asteroid. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, v. 477, n. 1, p. L117-L121, . Web of Science Citations: 8. (15/17962-5)

NAMOUNI, E.; MORAIS, M. H. M.. Resonance libration and width at arbitrary inclination. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, v. 493, n. 2, p. 2854-2871, . Web of Science Citations: 0. (18/08620-1)

NAMOUNI, FATHI; MORAIS, HELENA. Coorbital capture at arbitrary inclination. COMPUTATIONAL & APPLIED MATHEMATICS, v. 37, n. 1, SI, p. 65-71, . Web of Science Citations: 3. (15/17962-5)

MORAIS, M. H. M.; NAMOUNI, F.. First trans-Neptunian object in polar resonance with Neptune. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, v. 472, n. 1, p. L1-L4, . Web of Science Citations: 8. (15/17962-5)

NAMOUNI, F.; MORAIS, M. H. M.. The disturbing function for polar Centaurs and transneptunian objects. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, v. 471, n. 2, p. 2097-2110, . Web of Science Citations: 8. (15/17962-5)

MORAIS, M. H. M.; NAMOUNI, F.. Periodic orbits of the retrograde coorbital problem. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, v. 490, n. 3, p. 3799-3805, . Web of Science Citations: 0. (18/08620-1)

NAMOUNI, F.; MORAIS, M. H. M.. An interstellar origin for high-inclination Centaurs. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, v. 494, n. 2, p. 2191-2199, . Web of Science Citations: 0. (18/08620-1)

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