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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.