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piotrusb[PL]
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Post by piotrusb[PL] »

Hello :)

My name is Peter and i come from Poland :D I'm 16 years old :)

As i wrote either, my english isn't very good, so you must forgive me mistakes in my posts :)

I interest in astronomy for few years, my main attainment in astronomy is help by the FMO discovery.

This is my second astronomical program and i hope it will gave me many joy :)

Regards and welcome again :)

Peter Bednarek
FMO discovery - 2005QK76

sunny_boy
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Post by sunny_boy »

Hi, I'm Carl and from the UK. Interested in physics, astrophysics, computers and programming.

Very nice setup with the website and VM. I hope scientists reep many rewards from this and it's a pleasure to do something like this.

:D.

Logan
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Post by Logan »

Hi i'm Logan from Canada, I am interested in mechanical engineering and aircraft. I hope to be a commercial pilot.

Zsinj
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Post by Zsinj »

Zsinj from Florida. Majoring in Aerospace Engineering at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.

I find SD@H to be very similar to http://www.pgdp.net, if you like literature that is. ;)
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buddhabuddha
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Post by buddhabuddha »

Welcome aboard Peter, Carl, Logan and Zsinj...good luck dusting!

LAMOST
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Post by LAMOST »

Hi, I'm wuhao and from the China. Interested in physics, astronomy, computers and games.
Very nice setup with the website
Happy hunting

Schlockading
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Post by Schlockading »

Hey Merovingian! (It's me, BWC!) I'm glad you joined. Welcome to the Stardust@Home community!

Oh, I guess I haven't really introduced myself. I'm Schlockading, one of the DustMods. I'm 14 (wow, that's young!). I sort of "know" Merovingian from another forum, so I am glad he's joined us.
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Post by shernren »

Whee! I'm shernren from Malaysia. 19 years old, college student, deeply fascinated by physics (and aiming to further my studies in that field). So I think it's pretty phunky that I can actually do my bit to help science even now :)

Happy dusting everyone!
"All science is either physics or stamp collecting" ... but what a LOT of stamps!

bartsob5
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Post by bartsob5 »

Hello!

My name is bartek, I'm form Poland. :)
I see Poland has pretty big representation here:D

piotrusb[PL]
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Post by piotrusb[PL] »

bartsob5 wrote:Hello!

My name is bartek, I'm form Poland. :)
I see Poland has pretty big representation here:D
Hello Bartek :)

Yes, we've got quite big representation in this project so I've got hope that we'll make some noise in "Stardust at home" :)

Cześć Bartek, odezwij się do mnie na gadu - 333.28.23 (oczywiście bez kropek ;) ) :)

Regards
Peter Bednarek
FMO discovery - 2005QK76

M.B. Frederiksen
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Greetings from Denmark

Post by M.B. Frederiksen »

Hi fellow dust-busters. :)
At the moment I am participating in 3 Boinc@home projects. Main focus is Einstein@home. So far I have connected more than 20 computers to this project.
This interactive search caught my interest, and now the microscope is used as a sort of coffe-break instrument.

It's somewhat funny that we all look for tiny microscopic particles of interstellar stardust, while all our surroundings and our self are all made of stardust :lol:

Link below shows the Aerogel that we are looking at... Happy dustbusting

http://p25ext.lanl.gov/~hubert/aerogel/aerogel_1.gif

Particle caught in Aerogel
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bartsob5
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Post by bartsob5 »

oh, i see there are many boinc'ers here too!!!
i'm participating in 21 projects, but have only 5 computers... live long and crunch:)

lucia
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Post by lucia »

Hello,

Greetings from China. :) I am an university student major in Electrical Engineering, interested in Astronomy, classical music and painting.

I am very glad that I can take part in this subject and do some help. And wish you all good luck.

Cheers,
Lucia

soupy
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Post by soupy »

hi dusters... soupy here from ireland originally but now a science teacher in uk..

only one thing to say and that is we are the true explorers... searching out the new horizons

good luck everyone fingers crossed we all find some star dust!

oh and my eyes already feel like this after almost 600 slides :shock:
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Post by DustBuster »

Welcome shernren, bartsob5, piotrusb[PL], M.B. Frederiksen, lucia and soupy!
I'm sure glad you guys stopped by... I thought I was going to have to do all this dusting by myself!!!

Good Luck!
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