For lunch, I had pizza with the rest of the interns and the REU students. Afterwards, Mr. Pow held a lecture on the Freshman Imaging Project, a very interesting class for first-year undergraduates. He showed us videos and images from previous years' projects, including a lighting dome and a program to analyze the contour lines of a person's face.
After the lecture, I went back to work on task two of the program: Finding the standard deviation of every star that had 12 or more epochs available. While the code only took me an hour to write, there were many errors, most of which were simple. With the help of Google I was able to fix all of the errors in my code after 3 more hours, at which time I was the only one left in the room. I ran the Sample Data through the full program, which resulted in half an hour of additional code-editing. Finally, the output showed me exactly what I needed; a great feeling after spending 8 hours on the program.