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Attending the LGBT+STEMinar?

Attending the LGBT+STEMinar? News

Attending the LGBT+STEMinar?

Published: 1 December 2017

Researchers in RAS fields planning to attend the LGBT+Steminar in January 2018 can now apply for bursaries towards the cost.

The end of the beginning

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.

The end of the beginning

The end of the beginning Content

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.

Cassini goes retro

Cassini goes retro News

Cassini goes retro

Published: 5 September 2017

As the Cassini mission heads for its high-impact ending on 15 September, the mission team have produced a series of posters with retro themes from art and advertising.

Eclipse weather

Eclipse weather News

Eclipse weather

Published: 20 August 2017

Does a solar eclipse change to weather? That's what Giles Harrison and Suzanne Gray wondered, so they turned to crowd-sourcing to find out.

So, you want to be an astronaut?

So, you want to be an astronaut? News

So, you want to be an astronaut?

Published: 9 August 2017

Astronomy and geophysics are well represented among the 12 finalists in the BBC2 series Astronauts: do you have what it takes?, which starts this sunday. And one of them owes his interest in the subject to an encounter with Patrick Moore.

Opening Boundaries in Astronomy

Opening Boundaries in Astronomy Outreach

Opening Boundaries in Astronomy

Published: 10 February 2017

Winter School on Astronomy brings nations together to pursue astronomy

Extraterrestrial Materials Research Meeting 2016 – a great success!

Extraterrestrial Materials Research Meeting 2016 – a great success! Blog

Extraterrestrial Materials Research Meeting 2016 – a great success!

Published: 7 November 2016

The Isotope Geochemistry and Cosmochemistry Group of The University of Manchester hosted a meeting on extraterrestrial materials on Tuesday 1st November 2016 at the Manchester Museum.

Extraterrestrial Materials Research Meeting 2016 – a great success!

Extraterrestrial Materials Research Meeting 2016 – a great success! Content

The Isotope Geochemistry and Cosmochemistry Group of The University of Manchester hosted a meeting on extraterrestrial materials on Tuesday 1st November 2016 at the Manchester Museum.

Mars gravity mapped

Mars gravity mapped News

Mars gravity mapped

Published: 10 October 2016

Slight variations in the orbits of three NASA spacecraft orbiting Mars have allowed researchers to produce a gravity map of the Red Planet, indicating that it has a liquid outer core.

Teacher at sea

Teacher at sea Outreach

Teacher at sea

Published: 26 February 2016

UK schools are going live to the Mid-Atlantic for real-time geophysics from a teacher at sea.

Visions of the Future: space tourism

Visions of the Future: space tourism News

Visions of the Future: space tourism

Published: 11 February 2016

NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory has produced a set of posters for planetary and solar system locations that imagine them as future tourist destinations.

Moon at Petworth

Moon at Petworth News

Moon at Petworth

Published: 13 January 2016

Thomas Harriot’s drawings of the Moon, some of the first telescopic images for more than 400 years ago, are on display at Petworth House until 6 March 2016.

Award-winning student authors

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Award-winning student authors

Published: 5 January 2016

Geophysical Journal International has announced its Student Author Award winners for 2015.

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