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Ice, ice baby Blog

Ice, ice baby

Published: 25 June 2019

Astronomy and chemistry come together in the exploration of the universe for signs of the origin of life. And at the annual get-together of the Astrophysical Chemistry Group. Sue Bowler gets the flavour of their meeting.

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Astronomy and chemistry come together in the exploration of the universe for signs of the origin of life. And at the annual get-together of the Astrophysical Chemistry Group. Sue Bowler gets the flavour of their meeting.

 Voices of the Future 2019 Blog

Voices of the Future 2019

Published: 15 March 2019

Hannah Dalgleish, astrophysics research student at Liverpool John Moores University, spent a morning with MPs at Westminster posing pressing questions from young scientists.

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Hannah Dalgleish, astrophysics research student at Liverpool John Moores University, spent a morning with MPs at Westminster posing pressing questions from young scientists.

Sea to stars launches in Cornwall Blog

Sea to stars launches in Cornwall

Published: 3 May 2018

One of the Society’s Bicentenary outreach projects got off to a flying start over Easter, with a launch event that had Truro residents and tourists talking about astronomy.

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One of the Society’s Bicentenary outreach projects got off to a flying start over Easter, with a launch event that had Truro residents and tourists talking about astronomy.

The end of the beginning Blog

The end of the beginning

Published: 17 October 2017

With the detection of the gravitational signal from a neutron star merger – the loudest signal yet – and the observation of electromagnetic counterparts at a range of wavelengths, gravitational wave astrophysics has begun.

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With the detection of the gravitational signal from a neutron star merger – the loudest signal yet – and the observation of electromagnetic counterparts at a range of wavelengths, gravitational wave astrophysics has begun.

Coll and the Cosmos Blog

Coll and the Cosmos

Published: 2 October 2017

A beautiful logo from a booklet made to celebrate a Care for Carers trip to the Isle of Coll – a tangible indication of the effectiveness of one of the RAS200 outreach projects discussed at Burlington House last week.

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A beautiful logo from a booklet made to celebrate a Care for Carers trip to the Isle of Coll – a tangible indication of the effectiveness of one of the RAS200 outreach projects discussed at Burlington House last week.

Astronomy, BPD and Me Blog

Astronomy, BPD and Me

Published: 21 July 2017

Understanding my mental health issues and my obsession with Astrophysics and how I have managed to hold on tightly to my passion whilst battling with my demons.

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Understanding my mental health issues and my obsession with Astrophysics and how I have managed to hold on tightly to my passion whilst battling with my demons.

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