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Tsana Dolichva

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Researcher by day, writer by night, Tsana is an astrophysicist specialising in the deaths of stars like our sun.

Those of you who follow this blog will have undoubtedly noticed that I don't post much any more. The number one reason for that is I've been in the throes of a PhD with very little desire to write about science/astronomy/astrophysics outside of work. Basically, blogging here stopped feeling like something fun to do and started to feel like more work, which is not what I wanted.

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Amanda Hey, hun! Great to finally be friends on here :)


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