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Recently, I had a good excuse to finally make a “turner’s cube”. It’s a project where the end product serves little purpose, except maybe holding down papers, but where the process can be a good learning experience. The first step … Continue reading
One of 300-odd candidates for the South Pole 2014 winterover photo – this happens when two Canon 6Ds are left to run at full tilt for a couple minutes. It was a cold day out, so it was difficult to … Continue reading
We had a break in the weather at dinnertime, and this bright orange thing showed up.
Although I announced over All Call yesterday morning that “The Sun’s Up”, it was not technically true. What we saw was the reflection of the Sun off clouds a long way away, but it was our first peek at the Sun … Continue reading
Yesterday, I made a few trips back-and-forth between the main station and the dark sector – for work in the morning and for a machine shop project in the evening. Weather was beautiful for walking around outside: calm and clear … Continue reading
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
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.