Tea Temim

Space Telescope Science Institute

3700 San Martin Drive

Baltimore, MD 21218


Office: Muller S416

Email: ttemim-at-stsci.edu

I am a member of the James Webb Space Telescope's Mid-Infrared Instrument (MIRI) team at the Space Telescope Science Institute.

My research interests include:

•   Supernova remnants

•   Pulsar wind nebulae

•   Dust production and processing

•   Evolution of dust in galaxies

•   Interstellar medium

Recent Publications

Proper Motion of the High-velocity Pulsar in SNR MSH 15-56

A measurement of the pulsar's velocity over a 15-year baseline and a hydrodynamical model for the evolution of the PWN/SNR system.

Temim et al. 2017, ApJ 851, 128



A Massive Shell of Supernova-formed Dust in SNR G54.1+0.3

Discovery of a large reservoir of supernova-formed dust, second only to SN 1987A.

Temim et al. 2017, ApJ 836, 129



Optical and Infrared Observations of Pulsar Wind Nebulae

What the growing number of optical and IR observations of pulsar wind nebulae tell us about their evolution and host supernova remnants.

Temim & Slane 2017, Springer