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Ten Thousand Things

I have been rather busy lately with finals, my graduate qualifying exam, and ten thousand other things. I had no time to blog and further I still have to figure out what happened last night because I was all too alacritous to celebrate with the graduate students after the qualifying exam (they threw us a fiesta afterwards where every time you mention the qualifiyng exam you have to take a shot).

On top of all that the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) collaboration meeting was this past week here in Seattle. The MWA is a radio telescope array that will explore a new scientific frontiers: the epoch of reionization, transient radio events, solar heliospheric and ionospheric research.

I have been getting involved with this project so now that the school semester is over it all starts again with research this summer. More on that as it develops.

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