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Congratulations to the incomparable Harry Gray, winner of the 2018 Feynman Teaching Prize! The entire Caltech community salutes you!

Happy Lunar New Year to our friends here on campus and around the world! We wish you good health, happiness, and prosperity in the Year of the Dog!

Happy Valentine’s Day, Techers! #valentinesday #happyvalentinesday (📷: “Brenda Starr, Reporter” comics)

The Windy City came to the Crown City today. Rahm Emanuel, @chicagosmayor, visited campus to chat with President Rosenbaum about #ThinkChicago, an initiative to connect the city’s business and tech leaders with universities across the country.

"On one of my recent projects, I spent an hour or two at Copa Vida in Old Town Pasadena trying to work out how I thought a very specific part of the galaxy might regulate itself. I took my work back to campus when free parking was over, and I plotted it up on my laptop and compared it with real observations and the simulations our group runs, and, damn, if it didn't line right up. I was only tentatively extremely excited because, more than once, I had taken a plot to my adviser, and he'd look at it and say, 'Oh, this can't possibly be right.' So, I took some time to work through some little sanity checks before I brought it down the hall. As it turned out, it seemed to do all right at describing line-of-sight velocity dispersions, star formation rate, and star formation efficiency in galaxies, which is not something you wake up every day and do. To take a couple of lines of algebra and some intuition, and make some statements about how star factories in the universe work is, to me, pretty exciting."
Matthew Orr, of La Cañada Flintridge, is a fourth-year graduate student in the Theoretical Astrophysics Including Relativity and Cosmology (TAPIR) group. He also serves as strategic communications chair for Caltech’s Graduate Student Council.
#SoCaltech is an occasional series celebrating the diverse individuals who give Caltech its spirit of excellence, ambition, and ingenuity. Know someone we should profile? Send nominations to magazine@caltech.edu.

The moon will be putting on a show during the wee hours of Wednesday morning, and you can watch it here. #Repost @nasajpl
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Say #SuperBlueBloodMoon ten times fast.
Early Wednesday, a rare lunar event will be visible to much of western North America, Alaska and Hawaii. Look up or watch online starting at 5:30am ET (3:30am PT, 1130 UTC) on NASA.gov/live.
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#supermoon #bloodmoon #bluemoon #NASA #JPL #NASAJPL #space #eclipse #moon

"Having been here for a few years, I know it’s not easy for anyone. But during my first term, I was really intimidated and still under the impression that everyone was a lot smarter than me, and that I was the only one having a hard time. But then, in my sophomore year, I was taking organic chemistry. It was said to be a really hard series, but I actually felt like I was doing well. And I was doing it on my own, studying on my own. When I got my final grade, I felt like that was a breakthrough. I thought, 'OK. I am more than capable of handling the work here. I made the right choice.' Through it all, running has been a really big stress reliever. I noticed that the times I gave it up were the times when I was having even more trouble with school and focusing and just feeling good. Running is kind of how I stay sane.”
Melissa Gutierrez, of Pico Rivera, California, is a junior in geochemistry and a member of Caltech's cross-country team.
#SoCaltech is an occasional series celebrating the diverse individuals who give Caltech its spirit of excellence, ambition, and ingenuity. Know someone we should profile? Send nominations to magazine@caltech.edu. #ActivateTalent

A look back: Sixty years ago, in 1958, Martin Luther King, Jr. visited Caltech for three days as part of the @caltechy Leaders of America Program. (📷: Caltech Archives) #mlkweekend #mlk

First came the fires. Now the rains are causing #mudslides that are wreaking havoc on SoCal’s fire-ravaged hillsides. Researchers in Caltech’s flume lab are studying all the ways in which water impacts soil and erosion. #CAstorm #Montecito Read more about the research at esp.gps.caltech.edu/earth-surface-dynamics-laboratory

So much #CaltechPride. #nobelprize #gravitationalwaves #einsteinwasright
#Repost @nobelprize_org
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Physics Laureate Kip Thorne is overcome with emotion while looking at an image of fellow Nobel Laureate Albert Einstein.

A century ago, Einstein predicted the existence of gravitational waves. On 14 September 2015, Thorne and a collaboration of more than 1000 physicists finally observed those waves for the first time. 📷 Alexander Mahmoud .
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#nobelprize #nobellaureate #physics #kipthorne #einstein #alberteinstein #gravitationalwaves #science #discovery #history #achievement

Hao Zhao, a Resnick Sustainability Institute at Caltech Fellow, is using the tools of economics to identify better ways to assign #groundwater rights. Read more at breakthrough.caltech.edu/zhao. #CaltechImpact

Caltech wishes everyone a happy 2018! This photo, circa 1904, shows Throop Polytechnic Institute’s science-themed Rose Parade entry.

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