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02/02/11

Permalink 08:13:42 pm, by Brad Email , 132 words   English (UK)
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Exoplanets

Here's my latest paper on exoplanets. My subject this semester was Radio Astronomy and Search for Intelligent Life. This subject I really didn't enjoy, the course was a little disjointed, and my brain hurt from trying to understand some of it.

Thankfully I finished and submitted before Kepler just discovered 1200 more. http://news.discovery.com/space/kepler-exoplanet-count-increase-110202.html

24/30

http://www.theedgeofmadness.com/astronomy/P029-HET608-BradJayakody.pdf

My ALMA understanding is a little off. And I needed to go into a little more depth into solar system formation and what the planets suggest with those theories. I also relied on 2 books a little too much.

So I got another distinction, meaning amazingly I'm on a distinction average so far (3 subjects). This semester I'm doing HET624, Galaxies and their places in the universe.

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