Greetings from our at-home workspaces! Hope everyone is being productive and staying safe during this second online uni phase. To introduce ourselves, we are Thanvi and Yajnesh, the new Co-editors for Jeremy and we’re excited to be back this semester (although a bit late) with piping hot new content! Let us introduce our new writers Alex, Alice, and Vedant.
We’d like to know more about you, so why don’t you introduce yourself? Here is a fun form to fill out with your interests, hobbies, likes and dislikes. It can be anonymous if you want or you can choose to include your name for a shout out in a later article.
This semester, we have a smorgasbord of topics coming your way, with weekly puzzles and questions sure to keep you busy during technical difficulties in lectures, interesting news from the physics world and general funny content around the School of Physics at USyd. If you’re interested in finding out more about the space race between Daddy Elon, Uncle Bezos and Grandaddy Branson, this is the place for you! P.s. You can find this week's puzzle at the end of this article, so keep reading!
In other news, the Coffee Break Series is back with a new interview! Follow the link to watch Tim Bedding tell funny stories from his lectures and answer more interesting questions.
A shout-out to our very own Professor Iver Cairns, the team lead for satellite CUAVA-1. Some of our own Usyd students have worked on this satellite that is “the size of a large loaf of non-artisan bread from the supermarket” and it finally launched on Sunday 29th August!  Congratulations to the team!
This first puzzle is a 1977 International Math Olympiad question that the Dutch team proposed to the British team. What number comes next in the list: 1, 11, 21, 1211, 111221, 312211, ________
You can send us your answers through this form. Make sure to include your name if you would like a shout out next week when the answers are released (next week). Good luck!