Most excitingly, I had a phone interview for a position that I am very excited about. I am not going to go into much detail right now, but this would be a dream job for me. This week I expect to hear back and find out if I made it to the "onsite" interview. Overall, I think the phone interview went ok, but I am sure it could have gone better. I blanked on a couple of parts. The one that bothers me the most was the electronics questions. I don't have a ton of hands on experience with electronics, but I have some, and when I was being asked the questions, I started to overthink them. The first questions were so easy, I was afraid that I was missing something obvious, so I wasn't as confident in my answers as I should have been. Lesson learned. At any rate, I am optimistic, and if this doesn't work out, I am just going to have to keep looking for that next awesome job!
I have also been doing a little more astronomy lately. I know I have already posted some on this. I went out again a couple of nights ago with an old friend of mine and did some observing. We spent the night hopping from one Messier object to another and discussing science, astronomy, and astrophysics. It was a ton of fun, and I think I was able to identify over 20 objects. I also visited VBAS and the UAH Astronomy Club a couple more times over the past few weeks. I think I am going to try to get trained on the VBAS telescopes. It would be nice to have that experience.
Finally, I have also started to get back into Yoseikan. It is a martial art that I started taking years ago, but quit because I didn't have a place to study during grad school. It has allowed me to get a little more exercise, but in the process, I hurt my shoulder last week, so I have been a little sore. That being said, I have been enjoying it, and I hope to be able to continue it. Here is an older picture (before they changed the gis and before I started grad school).
Other than that, there have a been a few little things going on here and there, but I won't bore you with the details, at least not now!
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