Presenting My Research Poster at the DPS Meeting

For the past week, I’ve been in Provo, Utah, for the 49th meeting of the Division of Planetary Sciences of the American Astronomical Society. For the occasion, I put together a poster to give attendees a taste of a research project I’ve been working on: “Using Four-Body Problems to Explore Aegaeon’s Orbital Evolution”. I analyze a plausible explanation for how Saturn’s smallest moon, Aegaeon, got to where it is today. After I do some additional work and write the paper, I will provide a link to it and explain it in some detail for those who are interested.


One Response to “Presenting My Research Poster at the DPS Meeting”

  1. cathyahearn says:

    Very proud of you, Joseph! Good work!

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