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August 8, 2007 at 4:17 pm #138648JaxKeymaster
Ok, I have officially finished my thesis. There were a lot of people over the past few months who wanted to read it when it was finished (though I don’t know why lol) so I have uploaded it for easy download. Thankfully, in pdf format it’s under 2 megs when it started at 20 megs in word. Lol, formats are funny that way I guess.
So, if you’re curious about what I’ve been doing for 2 years, or if you’ve heard me talk about plasma rockets and such, feel free to take a look. I don’t know how interesting it is for someone who isn’t a physicist, but there are a few pictures. lol And don’t feel bad if you’re confused, it took me a long time to write the introductory stuff because it was pretty difficult to work through.
So here’s the link, until they kill my webspace account at school. https://webspace.utexas.edu/xythoswfs/webui/jm3458August 9, 2007 at 4:36 am #145403inariParticipant
Woohoo! She’s finished!
Congratulations!August 9, 2007 at 5:22 am #145404Kol DrakeModerator
Congrats Jax!August 10, 2007 at 2:38 pm #145422Anonymous
I bet you feel good! ( I couldn’t get your thesis to come up on my screen…but my work computer is pretty cranky).
Congradulations – and hope you can enjoy your weekend!!!
-Asta SophiAugust 11, 2007 at 7:13 pm #145446Anonymous
Woohoo! Congrats on finishing!!! :r2topApril 1, 2009 at 10:48 pm #150706BenjaminParticipant
(1)Clicked the link
(2)Went off to make coffee
(3)Came back expecting Geek Heaven and
(4)Noooooooooooooo it is gone it has been deleted, dose not exist. 😮
Any chance of reading it.
I know this is an old post however I enjoy this kinda stuff, even if I don’t get it all. Or at all
:rebelApril 1, 2009 at 11:37 pm #150709JaxKeymaster
It’s been a while, so they killed the webspace account I’m sure. It’s not very exciting, but I can post it on my public skydrive area. Only the beginning will be of much interest I would think. But, there are pictures, who doesn’t like pictures? hahaApril 2, 2009 at 1:19 am #150712BenjaminParticipant
Thankyou & you are right pictures are a great substitute for understanding.
:rebelApril 2, 2009 at 1:24 am #150713JaxKeymaster
The project this indirectly supported is called VASIMR, which you can read about on the ad astra website. Recently, they signed an agreement with NASA to potentially fly on the space station for space based testing. I look forward to seeing it happen, since I was involved in this project twice in my college career. It’s a neat concept that I hope we can make happen.April 6, 2009 at 1:03 pm #150795StreenParticipant
Wow, that’s really cool, Jax, way to go!
Incidentally, I have a cousin that works (or worked, not really sure) for NASA, based in London currently.
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