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Today was a very exciting day because Param and I got the much coveted UCR RSN ICE button up shirt! We will be doing field work on a closed road so it is necessary to have this shirt for identification. Today Param and I also got a lecture from our mentor, Oscar, on difference gravitational correction methods and why it is so important. We also learned how to make a topograpical map on QGIS.

After the days work, we went to walmart to grab some dinner supplies and we hosted Oscar for dinner.

For dinner, Param made his famous pasta and we also ate some garlic bread. It was very good. The clean up process is annoying because the sink fills up with water after cleaning 1 thing so you have to wait between cooking each item. On Thursday we will be doing some more field work; we will be collecting more gravity data.

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