The supermassive black hole at the core of our galaxy
A summary of 2021 cosmology notes not immediately from my own research, but I consider important as well.
Reunion (3072 × 4096) Medium: Blender Cycles + Hand painting. December 2021. During my freshman year, I imagined a space colony utilizing the material of Enceladus (Saturn II). This new rendition moves the space station off the surface of the moon and bends metal and concrete into a van Braun ring space station design. It … Continue reading Two Late 2021 CGI Artworks
https://twitter.com/ChaosWonton/status/1434500550758834185 Proper 3D version coming one day too ... Current attempt looks miserable. I read https://doi.org/10.1038/s41550-021-01363-7 recently and am really happy to know Voyagers still are frontier pilots of our understanding of astrophysics.
Well I wrote them more than a month ago as timely snapshots of my state of mind and ambitions, and have decided that it might be cool for me to share them here too. Q1: Tell us about a project/activity you feel passionate about. I am a doctoral student in theoretical physics. There are three … Continue reading Essays for #dearMoon
For those of you who didn't come to FWPhys for the first time after reading my graduate school application, you may be interested to know that I also run the New Zealand Astrostatistics and General Relativity Working Group's online presence (Gravity.ac.nz), which is part of the ESA-led LISA (Laser Interferometer Space Antenna) project due in … Continue reading 2021 LISA NZ Workshop – Quick and Characteristically Non-Technical Thoughts
Main photograph of the Great Conjunction of 2020. Atta build up.