Clio is cold, thanks to Mauricio Navarette’s help with the liquid nitrogen. He brought a longer hose, showed me how to clear out the warm air before pumping it in, and filled Clio when ever he could today.
Jared and I went for a ride in the new Clay car with Michigan grad students Jeb Bailey and Yingyi Song to the GMT site. Buell posted about the ground-breaking ceremony last week — it wasn’t just ceremonial, there is actual construction going on up there. It’s a huge flat Cerro Campanas and we found some rocks that ring like bells as the name says.
Yesterday’s song of the day was a pop parody about science. Today’s song of the day is a pop parody about doing science: