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Great batalay 2011-02-21 11:52

Hello Biswaroop,

Is this peak around "Radiation Hill?" In any event, it represents a pleasant stroll down memory lane. I like the B&W rendition, and the visibility of the the flatlands far below. I hope your studies in physics and mathematics are proceeding well. (I am currently writing a book called "The Miracle Year" for National Geographic Books. It is about the Plague Year (1665-'66) when Isaac Newton spent a splendid 18 months of isolation at Woolsthorpe Manor, with Cambridge having gone into hibernation.

Warm regards,


Old 02-23-2011, 11:57 PM
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Hello Bulent!

Many thanks for your comment! Ahh - yes I agree - it does look very irradiated... perhaps its the exposed nature of the peak that makes it look so torn.

I'm having a lot of fun at Berkeley - doing a research internship under Charlie Townes! The experiment uses an interferometric setup of telescopes to measure the shape of stellar disks. Good luck with your book! I will definitely read it if i have the chance.

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