Monthly Archives: August 2014
We recently found a couple toy guns with suction cup darts, stashed in a drawer. So, we have been busy with random pranks around station.
We’re still a month-ish away from the sun crossing the horizon here at S Pole, but it’s already easy to see by eye where the sun is. One of the neat things about the sun getting closer to the horizon … Continue reading
Several years ago in Dr. Avery’s college class on digital logic (fun coincidence – this is post number 2^7 on this blog), or maybe it was a required “freshman projects” class, a question got asked along the lines of “why do … Continue reading
IceCube Lab, where most of the computers that I maintain are kept, last week. The streak at the top of the photo is a polar-orbiting satellite.