“I was really excited when I went to Antarctica last year. That was really fun—getting to work on the instruments and meeting all of the amazing scientists down there. Although, when we got to the South Pole our instrument had an issue that we thought we might have to disassemble the entire thing to fix and we only had a week, so that was terrifying. We managed to create our own extraction tool to fix what was wrong with the instrument. It worked out but it was a stressful two days.”
In the space physics and aeronomy grad student office with doctoral student Kylee Branning.