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SAJIA SHAHRIN NEHA, Princeton Freshman majoring in Astrophysics

Major: Astrophysical Sciences

College/Employer: Princeton

Year of Graduation: 2025

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Brief Biographical Sketch:

I'm Sajia Shahrin Neha, a current freshman majoring in Astrophysical Sciences with Certificates in Applications of Computing+ Statistics and Machine Learning. I love all things space, and my favorite celestial objects are globular clusters and supernovae. I plan on doing research about exotic stars and exoplanetary systems in the future. In my free time, I can be found stargazing/ reading fun articles/ watching anime.

Past Classes

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S688: Love in Binary Stars in Splash 2023 (Apr. 22, 2023)
We will talk about different types of binary stars, how they form, and how mass exchange in close contact binaries affect their evolution.

S626: Earth is Doomed! Hunt for Habitable Exoplanets in Splash Spring 2022 (Apr. 09, 2022)
A giant Asteroid named Asteroid (Astronomers thought it was a boring asteroid, so they didn't bother naming it) suddenly changes trajectory and smashes onto Earth. But you are a smart person, with a spaceship available to go to space (how? because you are a billionaire). Now you must hunt for a habitable exoplanet using your resources to save humanity (perhaps), but most importantly, your cat. Join us for a fun session where we dive into various exoplanetary systems, learn how they differ from ours, and hopefully find (detect) a likable planet.