A reason to procrastinate homework

Yes, I procrastinate homework. It’s how I keep my sanity while chain-reading one meteorites paper after the other or working on physics. Sometimes my procrastination leads to finding something cool or I stare aimlessly at my Twitter or Facebook feed. Today I found a video on Vimeo that was put together by someone using pictures from the Cassini Mission over at JPL. I think that was passed around the blogosphere awhile ago, but it’s still cool and worthy to invoke some procrastination time.

Meteorite Monday: The Geminid’s and a quick update

My apologies for not having an actual post in a week. Last weeks physics midterm prevented me from doing my usual Meteorite Monday post and this weeks linear algebra midterm is looking to do about the same. I really dislike not being able to update my blog at least once a week, but sometimes, time isn’t on my side. Such is the life of the science undergrad! For that reason, this weeks post is going to be a quick one. I found a gorgeous video on Vimeo that showcases the Geminid meteor shower and I wanted to share it with everyone. Enjoy!

Fleeting Light: The High Desert and the Geminid Meteor Shower from Henry Jun Wah Lee on Vimeo.