How to: Scientific Presentation

I… prefer doing oral presentation more than doing poster one. Other than it seems like a bigger prestige, printing and hauling posters especially in international flight is such a pain.

This is definitely longer than 56 cm! Source: Amazon

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Tube x Zones x Map

If someone mentions London, other than all the royalties, Sherlock Holmes, and Big Ben, The Tube will be one of the word coming to your mind immediately. Of course, if you say “underground train”, other than Tokyo and New York, London Tube is definitely a brand by itself.

Tube Map (Transport for London)

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ESAC (European Space Astronomy Centre)

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ESA logo on the wall


I think when people say space agency, their mind will first go to NASA, the USA space agency, actually there are a lot more space agencies out there!
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Planisphere

As Indonesian I was really not grateful (hmm, maybe not me) enough that I am able to be a viewer of the whole, both sides of the sky, able to see both Crux and Ursa Mayor, sure truly a blessing, for the whole year.

Most of these (okay, maybe no Polaris for me) (astroplot.com)

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Perseid, with Nice Maps

I don’t know why, seems like my writings lately are mostly about maps? I wonder… Anyway, tonight and yesterday night were the peak of Perseid Meteor Shower this year (mostly yesterday, but today should be quite fine). As I live far from civilisation the city this year, the result of the quick sighting I’d done last night was quite nice. Though I didn’t venture far from the flat, I could see a lot of shooting stars (basically the shower part) coming from the east (where Perseid was located these time of the year before the dawn), and I believe there’s a fireball too!

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With this infographic, I have benefits of not needing to write about the meteor shower and not needing to write a lot as this article seemed long enough already

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