The book I ordered by inter-library loan finally arrived yesterday!

All the way from the British Library — Astromineralogy by T Henning. Frankly, it’s a goldmine of interesting silicate-related reading. Well presented too. Just one small problem…

This book has more restrictions slapped on it than anything I’ve ever had access to before! Not to leave the library, strictly no photocopying, I need to sign it out whenever I use it, and to top it all off it’s only available for a fortnight! Anyone would think it was made of gold dust. Or maybe star dust, at least. Moon dust…?

Guess I’m going to be spending a day or two in the library. This information’s too good to just leave alone.
Hopefully, if they can get hold of a copy, I can persuade them to buy one…

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Molecular astrophysicist, usually found writing frenziedly, staring at the sky, or drinking mojitos.
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