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Jani Radebaugh

Jani Radebaugh is an Assistant Professor of Geological Sciences at Brigham Young University. Although a planetary scientist, she specializes in the study of three moons: Titan, Io, and Earth's Moon. She worked with the Galileo team as a graduate student, and is now a Cassini RADAR Associate Team Member.

Since Earth is also a planet, she has made it a personal goal to visit as many places as possible with planetary connections. Destinations covered thus far include Iceland, Antarctica, Hawaii, and her favorite, the U.S. desert west.

Latest Blog Posts

Iceland on Iapetus?

Posted 2009/08/01 02:09 CDT | 0 comments

Iceland on Iapetus?

Islands of Volcanic Paradise

Posted 2009/07/30 06:56 CDT | 0 comments

Islands of Volcanic Paradise

Dunes in the Outback Red Center

Posted 2009/07/29 12:12 CDT | 0 comments

Jani talks about the importance of understanding analogs we can easily visit on Earth to processes happening across the solar system.

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