I’ve presented at the Durham Region Astronomical Association (DRAA) three years in a row now (first and second talks); I keep coming back because they’re such a wonderful group to chat with. Very engaged, interested, and fun. This year I stepped away from my active research and decided to give a talk about how astronomers classify things in our Solar System. What’s a Planet? Dwarf Planet? How does Earth compare to Jupiter? etc. While I’m not an expert on the topic, I find it a fun conversation to be having in the era of the Kepler Space Telescope. Below is the title slide from the talk, you can click the picture (or find a link below) to download the full PDF.