Archive | November, 2008

A trip in pictures

I still have much coding to do, so this needs to be short. For now, I leave you with a photo gallery of my adventures in Garching (Where ESO and Max-Planck are located) and near the Rathaus in downtown Germany. I’ll write more when I get to the UK tomorrow night, and I hope to […]

Where (some of) the magic happens

I love random adventures, and currently I’m in the midst of one. Last Thursday I flew from St Louis to London where I spent a couple days recovering from jetlag somewhere that I (almost) speak the language, and then yesterday I flew on to Munich where I am now working with other International Year of […]

See you in the UK?

Things are flying into high gear. It is T-48 days and counting until New Year’s 2009 rings in the International Year of Astronomy. As we gear up for launch, many of us are beginning to flitter about the planet doing last minute face-to-face intense collaborations. I’m one of those people who get’s to fly and […]