I reached out to a colleague, Rosaly Lopes, at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) because we had chatted in coffee rooms at conferences and shared a love for the same sort of things – volcanoes, missions, etc. So I reached out to her and said, "Hey, Rosaly, are there any opportunities? I'm starting to think that spending some time in the NASA system would be good for me, and I think this would be an amazing opportunity. Is there anything you can do?" And Rosaly said, "Well, I'm involved in this mission, Cassini. It's about to reach the Saturn system. Your background is in volcanoes, and we think there might be cryovolcanoes on Titan. Very little has been written about it. We're going to get some data. Would you like to study them?"