Amy Mainzer Measurements, Bio, Age, Weight, and Height

Amy Mainzer, the American astronomer, was born in 1974 on 2nd January. Her birthplace is Mansfield in Ohio. She completed graduation in Physics in 1996 from Stanford University and later Masters in Astronomy in 2000 from California Technology Institute. She earned her Ph. D. in 2003 from California University. Her research genre contains the topics such as star formation, asteroids, debris disks, brown dwarfs, and planetary science. She has worked in The Universe, the series broadcasted by the History channel. Her other notable appearance was in Stellar Cartography: On Earth, a documentary by Star Trek Generations. She is also seen in the documentary on Leonard Nimoy, named, For the Love of Spock. She regularly hosts Ready Jet Go!, the PBS series. She is the lead investigator of NEOWISE’s project on a minor planet. She also works as the Deputy scientist of Wide-field survey.

Personal Details of Amy Mainzer

Place of Birth: USA

Birthday: 2nd January 1974

Pet name: Amy

Real Name: Amy Mainzer

Profession: Astrophysics

Horoscope: Capricorn

Ethnicity: White

Nationality: American

Religion: Not Known

Sexuality: Straight

Color of Eyes: Green

Color of Hair: Light Brown

Net Worth:$1.5 Million

Most Famous Works: Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, Near-Earth Object Camera.

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Body Measurements of AmyMainzer

Physique: Not Known

Height in Meters: 1.68m

Height in Feet: 5’6″

Weight in Kg:51 kg

Weight in Pound: 112lbs.

Bra Size: Not Known

Body Measurements: Not Known

Breast Size: Not Known

Waist Size: Not Known

Hips Size: Not Known

Shoe Size (In US): 8

Dress Size(In US): 4

Family Details of Amy Mainzer

Mother’s Name: Not Known

Father’s Name: Not Known

Number of Siblings: Not Known

Children: No

Spouse: Unmarried

Education of Amy Mainzer


University of California

California Institute of Technology

Stanford University

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