Just finished presentations on GIS articles. One of which was on this dude:
Sugita, S., Honda, R., Morota, T., Kameda, S. Tatsumi, E., Yamada, M. Honda, C., Yokota, Y., Kouyama, T., Sakatani, N., et al., Y., 2019. The geomorphology, color, and thermal properties of Ryugu: Implications for parent-body processes, Science, 364: 1-11
Super neat article where I could tie in remote sensing to astronomy for my course.
Thought it'd be of interest to both GIS and astronomy peeps here.
About to do the thing where I ask a girl out on a date that I'm 99.999999999999% sure the feeling is mutual (and I don't get blind sided like the two times in 2018, so yay for learning from mistakes).
I feel odd knowing she's in my cohort, but.... what's the point in caring in such a thing anymore? I swear there are a quite a few silly nothings that I used to tell myself would get in the way of what I believed to be a 'proper relationship'. The reality was that ideal was a shifting goal post based on what was convenient for me to avoid gunning for what may have been something great in many cases. Another case here is that she's not of my faith (which is kinda a nag point from parents - we Jews being so few as it is). But hey, what ever. Its not like I'm committing to something serious right away... right..... right guys??
Anywho, only tough spot is the next two weekends I'm heading out of town on Thursdays - the 'best date day' ('go on a quiet day, then schedule for weekend if things go well' tactic.) - on top of missing the weekend.
Patience is key I guess. That or just ask her out next Wednesday? Or the next next--- decisions, decisions. That's all.
And for anyone who hasn't heard in a while or is new here:
This album by flac is fantastic. Finding myself humming to it out of nowhere 2.5 years later.