UH grad student studies star formation in Antarctica

Casey Honniball at McMurdo Station in Antarctica

Casey Honniball, a University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa masters student in geology and geophysics, spent her winter break at NASA’s Antarctica McMurdo Station. She is studying the life cycle of the interstellar medium and trying to connect the dots between molecular clouds and star formation.

Her advice to girls who wish to study science is to follow your passion and go for it.

Source: A UH News story