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.
Briefing for an upcoming event, and happy solstice.
Putting my solar filter to good use again, as the rain clouds recede.
Planets lining up and two cranes trying to do the same.
... What else can you do while waiting for cosmological simulations to finish other than drawing or reading? Asking for a friend.
Now the welcome page will play a random slideshow of images. I plan to change them seasonally. This season's theme is solar system with impossible optics (i.e. impractical levels of camera zoom). Earth's Atmosphere and the SunEarth and MoonTitan in front of SaturnEuropa in front of JupiterTriton in front of NeptuneSaturn with Titan's shadowPhobos in … Continue reading [Site] FWPhys v1.3 Cover Image Set