Carly Howett, Matt Tiscareno and Elizabeth Turtle

August 27, 2015

This is the second half of the annual CHARM anniversary telecon, in which we review science highlights of the past year from Cassini’s various disciplines. Join us to hear three of Cassini’s scientists:

  • Carly Howett of Southwest Research Institute and the Cassini CIRS team speaking about Saturn’s Icy Satellites
  • Matt Tiscareno of the SETI Institute and the Cassini ISS team discussing Saturn’s ring system
  • Elizabeth “Zibi” Turtle of the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab and the Cassini ISS team presenting about Saturn’s largest moon, Titan