A bit of background about myself: Since my sophomore year of high school I have been interested in astronomy, physics, and mathematics. I received my Bachelor’s degree in Earth and Planetary Sciences concentrating in astronomy/astrophysics from Western Connecticut State University. My coursework and independent readings ultimately led to minors in mathematics and physics.
My intention for this blog is to serve as a reference in astrophysics and related topics to myself as well as others. I aim to share my own research interests and consider selected problems that have fascinated me. I also hope to communicate recent news in the fields of physics and astronomy and discuss the implications of discoveries made.
DISCLAIMER: I am by no means an expert, and as such the posts that I create are of my opinion and my own logic. I may be wrong sometimes, and I hope that the people who see this (assuming that anyone sees this) will respect that.
That being said… Enjoy!
(ABOVE: An image of the moon taken with a lunar and planetary imaging camera mounted to a Newtonian 130mm reflecting telescope.)