Soon I will be off on an observing run in Hawaii. I will be using the 15m JCMT telescope on Mauna Kea to take spectral line data using an instrument called HARP.
Since this will be my first professional expedition I will be taking lots of pictures and notes as I try to get to grips with using a real telescope to doing real science.
As much as possible I will blog here, though at this stage I really don’t know what will be possible.
So in case you suddenly notice an absence of blog posts in the next while, fear not – it is just me being all busy and such.
If you have any questions about my trip drop me a line via the comments thread here and I will get back to you.