Supernova Condensate is a blog about our place in the Universe. Of astronomy, chemistry and life in the big bad bubble of academia.
Invader Xan is a molecular astrophysicist and part-time alien invader, who spends life looking at very small things on very large scales, and trying to better understand the chemistry of interstellar space.
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Tag Archives: 日本語
Let’s be honest. Learning Japanese is difficult. Especially being as English is my mother tongue. However, I remember saying back in July that I’d try to write a bit about life as a researcher in Japan. I don’t seem to … Continue reading
In other news, I’m quite proud of how well I can now read hiragana! I was in Oriental Mart in town yesterday, picking up a few supplies (thai basil, pandan leaves, nori sheets and the other sorts of things you … Continue reading
Did you know that Japanese is currently the most popular blogging language in the world? It surprised me, I must admit. According to The Telegraph, with several hundred million blog authors, there are more posts written in Japanese than in … Continue reading