Jan Kleyna

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Jan Kleyna /ˌæn ˈklnə/ is a postdoctoral astronomy researcher at the University of Hawaii Institute for Astronomy.[1] His area of interest is galaxy dynamics, and he has worked to develop codes for the real-time detection of moving objects[1] such as Jovian satellites. He has also co-discovered several of Saturn's moons.[2]

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  1. ^ a b "UHNAI POSTDOCS". Retrieved 8 December 2010. 
  2. ^ "Planet Saturn - Moons of the Solar System". Retrieved 8 December 2010.