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Elizabeth's journal about her experience at International Space University in Strasbourg, France. Read on to find out what she did...

Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Lectures and more lectures

My day started with a nice 30 minute bike ride to the campus by myself. I got up really early this morning to take care of some work before the lectures started. Today the lectures covered the topics of the life cycle of stars, global navigation satellite systems (GNSS), and policy and legal issues of GNSS. I spent the afternoon listening to BM department lectures on satellite business finances.

This evening I rode to Auchan, the local wal-mart type store, to pick up some food with Andy and James. Then we went out to eat at a local Italian pizzeria. When we got back to the dorm I did some more studying and got some laundry done! Tomorrow is going to be a busy day. I am responsible for putting together the first draft of our proposal for our response to the RFP (request for proposal) for the BM department project.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

What a great way to start the day. I hope the temperature is comfortable. We have had several days around 104 in the shade. I noticed in the news today the American Floyd Landis is in 3rd in the Tour at the end of stage 17.

I know you will do a great job on the draft proposal and I anticipate you will get comments that will make your final nothing less than outstanding.


9:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey lil bit! i remembered you had a birthday and then i found out you're in france! wow! i hope you had a good birthday and that you're enjoying your time there. let's catch up when you get back home. love you!

1:57 PM  

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