The Moons of Jupiter and Saturn
September 29 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
From sulfur volcanoes to lakes of methane to frozen oceans, the moons of Jupiter and Saturn are worlds unto themselves. Geologically the most diverse objects that we can observe, each has a unique story to tell. We will focus on a few of the most amazing moons, and explain why they are important in the evolution of the Solar System.