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Jason Hofgartner

Jason Hofgartner

Jason Hofgartner is a Ph.D. student at Cornell University in Astronomy and Space Sciences. He does research on surface changes on Venus using the Arecibo Observatory (AO) and Green Bank Telescope (GBT), as well as lakes on Titan using Cassini RADAR data.

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Discovered: Titan's Magic Island

07/08/2014 | 29:50
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Cornell grad student Jason Hofgartner reports on the discovery of what appears (and disappears!) to be an island on one of Titan’s frigid lakes.

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