Hello fellow astrogeeks, Well, what a weird few weeks it has been since accepting my degree, aside from that usually being a joyous celebratory occasion, it was somewhat quickly followed by annoyances, phone calls and (unbelievably slow) emails. Oh dear, have you accidentally invented something spectacular and top secret with all the world’s governments after […]Read More Organising The Unorganised; The Difficulties In Preparing For Enrolment (MPhil Adventures)
Hello fellow Astrogeeks, Long time no see and all that, it’s been a busy couple of weeks sorting things out, but I’ve now graduated from The Open University with the funky qualification title ‘Bachelor of Science with Honours in Natural Sciences’. I could even be really pretentious and put ‘BSc (Hons) Nat Sci (Open)’ after my […]Read More I’m a graduate!
Hello fellow astrogeeks, Well, this week has been a very (not so) busy week. As you may be aware from my previous post, I am going to be embarking onto my next University Adventure for a postgraduate research degree; the sinister sounding Master of Philosophy degree, or MPhil for short. But, sadly this route means […]Read More My MPhil Fund
Hello fellow fellow astrogeeks, Now, you may be wondering “ermm, who are you again?”, which is completely understandable since I have just basically disappeared completely from my own blog page. Well, I now want to change that now I have more free time, yes you heard me correctly, I now have more free time! So, […]Read More Astronomy, The Final (First?) Frontier…
Hello fellow astrogeeks, We have some very exciting news, despite the recent Labour dispute at ALMA (Atacama Large millimetre/sub-millimetre Array), the data that has been obtained thus far presents the first high resolution resolvement of Carbon atoms around the planetary nebular NGC 6302; the 500GHz frequency band where the line emission peak of atomic Carbon lies had […]Read More ALMA Resolves Atomic Carbon
Salutations fellow Astrogeeks, Sad news this week as it comes to our attention that ALMA (Atacama Large Millimetre/sub-millimetre Array) is now closed for business for the unforeseeable future, this comes from a recent labour dispute with the observatory workers performing strike action; this is the problem when Science and politics collide, no matter how big […]Read More Poor ALMA is all alone
Conducting Astronomical research at a distance is a significant hurdle, at the moment all we can do is review the current literatureRead More Conducting Astronomical Research at a Distance