First thing in the morning, I tweaked up our Kepler two-wheel white paper and submitted it. I am very proud, because it contains at least three novel results in astronomical image modeling and calibration. I very much hope I can keep momentum and get my team to publish these results. If you want to read the white paper (see if you can spot the three novel results), it is here.
At a very leisurely lunch, Foreman-Mackey, Fadely, Ruth Angus (Oxford), and I discussed possible projects for this month, in which Angus is visiting CampHogg. We more-or-less settled on long-period exoplanet search, with heavy use of Gaussian Processes.