taking over the world

For reasons outside my control, I had to play hookey on the second day of dotastro. That is very sad, because it is the Hack Day, and the whole raison d'etre of the meeting, as far as I am concerned. The only (research) compensation for this was a fast meeting with Kathryn Johnston (Columbia) and Robyn Sanderson in which we planned various ways to take over the world. The general idea is that we might be able to build a team, connected by commuter rail, that covers the observational, theoretical, and data analytical sides of measuring the Milky Way potential with cold phase-space structures.

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