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Caroline Herschel celebrated

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Caroline Herschel celebrated

Published: 16 March 2018

The Royal Astronomical Society and the William Herschel Society have announced the initiation of a Caroline Herschel Prize, to recognise excellence among women astronomers at early stages in their careers.

Ada Lovelace Day Live!

Ada Lovelace Day Live! Blog

Ada Lovelace Day Live!

Published: 21 October 2016

To celebrate the centenary of women being allowed to be Fellows of the RAS we were Platinum Sponsors of Ada Lovelace Day 2016.

Ada Lovelace Day Live!

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To celebrate the centenary of women being allowed to be Fellows of the RAS we were Platinum Sponsors of Ada Lovelace Day 2016.

Solar century

Solar century People

Solar century

Published: 2 October 2016

Annie Maunder was a clever, determined and resourceful solar physicist who pursued her science despite significant obstacles. Her insights and observations remain valuable today.

Leading from Cheadle

Leading from Cheadle People

Leading from Cheadle

Published: 29 September 2016

Mary Blagg mapped the Moon and analysed variable stars from a small town in Staffordshire, where a memorial to her work now stands.

Women together

Women together RAS

Women together

Published: 11 August 2016

Find all the articles celebrating Women and the RAS in one place at Oxford University Press.

Teacher at sea

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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.

Women at the RAS once again

Women at the RAS once again RAS

Women at the RAS once again

Published: 8 February 2016

The sometimes stately proceedings of the Royal Astronomical Society Ordinary (A&G) Meeting were enlivened by a performance from the Time Will Tell theatre company on 8 January this year.

Meet the women

Meet the women Blog

Meet the women

Published: 23 January 2016

I’m enjoying making the acquaintance of some women astronomers who have contributed to the Royal Astronomical Society.

Meet the women

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I’m enjoying making the acquaintance of some women astronomers who have contributed to the Royal Astronomical Society.

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