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Hey fellow Kerbonauts, I'm currently working on a project for university and would appreciate your help. The goal of the project is to develop an app for photographers to help them find new locations to take pictures of. It would be really awesome if you could participate in my short survey. You don't need to be a professional photographer to take part in the survey, if you just take pictures as a hobby, that's completely fine! The survey takes less than three minutes and is completely anonymous. The results will only be used for my exam. If you want to participate here is a link to the survey -> https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfWvsjfV0Zi4mfsRKCGmECGOPhX9703iNoGTkUZsC9n1-_r3g/viewform If you have any questions feel free to ask. Thanks for your time!
Hi. i know a lot of people here have college degrees, and I judge from a lot of the chatter that there's at least a few post-graduate degree holders among us as well. It's about the end of the fall semester here in the states. I'm a 4th-year student of Mechanical Engineering at a technical college, I have at least 3 more semesters to go before I finish my bachelor's degree. I'm exhausted. I've spent about 3 solid years hunched over a desk, doing calculus problems. I'm really having trouble focusing on my coursework - my brain is like, actively revolting against me whenever I try to study or do homework. I've sacrificed a lot in terms of personal projects, short-term employment prospects, as well as a social life or romantic life (aside - I'm in my 30s and single) in order to attend school. I know for a fact that I am absolutely intelligent enough to do the work, but i'm having a lot of trouble maintaining my focus and motivation. I have like a 2.8 GPA right now, which isn't terrible, but I know I'm capable of being a much better student that I am. Also I need to have better than a 3.0 GPA for many of the real interesting internships and other opportunities. What have any of y'all done to get though similar situations?
Filmed during Semester 2 of 2015 at the University of Adelaide, Dr Joel Younger decided one day to give a more visual look into the world of orbital mechanics, with the use of Kerbal Space Program. Yes, 2nd year physics, taught with Kerbal Space Program (at least for that one lecture)! Enjoy!