I am a research scientist at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. I use data collected from space missions to model the orbit and rotation of planetary bodies like our Moon. This helps me make slightly accurate guesses of how the interior of these bodies might have formed and evolved over several billions of years.
I am identified as a planetary scientist specializing in geodesy and geophysics among my colleagues. My enthusiasm for space led me to this field and I picked up most of my skills following an unconventional academic background. I have used a variety of raw tracking data like laser, radio, and images and their derived products for my investigations.
I love science communication. Feel free to reach out to know more about my research or about planetary science in general.