Dateline: 8:05 AM December 10, 2000
Temperature: -26.9°C, -16.3°F
Wind: 046 at 11 knots
Windchill: -44.9°C, -48.7°F
Barometer: 691.5 mbar
Physio Altitude: 10195 ft
Sunday morning is a bit of a lazy time here as it is the day off for most people. I will be working though as I am giving half of the Sunday Science Talk tonight. This was unexpected and I first found out when I was getting off the Herc and still had my earplugs in. As I have gotten used to the altitude it has seemed less daunting. In fact I am looking forward to it. It will be a chance to get a lot more people involved in our projects. The other half (of the Science Talk) will be Karina Leppik, a TEA (Teachers Experiencing Antarctica) participant who is working with the AST/RO group.
I slept well last night and I may even try to play soccer today. We plan to take some pictures of the Dark Sector and the CARA telescopes.
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