So Much Work, so Little Time

Alas, it has been too long since I’ve been astrophysics-ing on here. My last post was almost a month ago!

My absence has been mostly due to the hefty workload of my physics degree catching up on me, plus other inconveniences thanks to a poor choice in housemates. I have a computing assignment, a lab report, and some dreaded cOnDeNsEd MaTteR work just for this week, so that’s great …. yay!

I greatly apologise for my absence, and with this semester coming to a close I should be posting more frequently soon. We’re currently studying astrophysics and space science, so I’ll have lots of things to write about!

I have made a far better choice of housing for the next year, and I’m sure it’ll help me be able to post and film more all year round.

With that being said, have a good week!

This image is one of the most photogenic examples of the many turbulent stellar nurseries the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has observed during its 30-year lifetime. The portrait features the giant nebula NGC 2014 and its neighbour NGC 2020 which together form part of a vast star-forming region in the Large Magellanic Cloud, a satellite galaxy of the Milky Way, approximately 163 000 light-years away.


  1. lol I’m reading this instead of doing my computing assignment 😂 need to get to work, R code isn’t going to write itself (unless you have a script that writes code for you, that is) 👨‍💻
    and don’t worry, you’re not the only one dreading cOnDeNsEd MaTtEr (yay!) 📝

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    • I’m trying to guess who this is, but it is nice to know I’m not the only one suffering this week! We will get through this, maybe not perfectly but sufficiently! Now who in our year makes use of bracketed sentences and lots of emojis, that is my question!


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