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RAS at 231st AAS

Published: 10 January 2018

A reception at the 231st AAS Meeting in Washington DC was a chance for US Fellows to get together and meet the RAS President.

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.

My summer at the RAS

My summer at the RAS People

My summer at the RAS

Published: 23 October 2017

Yasmin Chowdhury joined the team at Burlington House over the summer – and discovered what it takes to get papers into the journals and science out to policy-makers.

Young stars shine at the RAS

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Young stars shine at the RAS

Published: 15 September 2017

GCSE Astronomy at the Royal Astronomical Society - results are in!

A day in the life of...Kim Clube, Editorial Office Manager

A day in the life of...Kim Clube, Editorial Office Manager People

A day in the life of...Kim Clube, Editorial Office Manager

Published: 1 September 2017

My job is really keeping everyone happy. Supporting our scientific editors, bringing out the best in the assistant editors and ensuring that authors have all they need to publish their excellent research in RAS journals.

Boost your conference with an RAS grant

Boost your conference with an RAS grant RAS

Boost your conference with an RAS grant

Published: 25 August 2017

RAS grants and awards support conferences, whether promoting outreach or enhancing international collaboration.

Looking forward to 2020

Looking forward to 2020 People

Looking forward to 2020

Published: 18 August 2017

Steve Miller, Chair of the RAS200 steering group at the Royal Astronomical Society, talks about what he hopes will come out of the RAS200 project.

Celebrating Cassini

Celebrating Cassini News

Celebrating Cassini

Published: 17 August 2017

As the enduringly successful Cassini-Huygens mission swoops ever closer to Saturn, RAS President John Zarnecki looks back at what it has uncovered about the surprisingly complex moon, Titan.

A day in the life of ... Sheila Kanani

A day in the life of... Sheila Kanani Blog

A day in the life of... Sheila Kanani

Published: 28 June 2017

Dr Sheila Kanani is an inspiring female Astronomer working at the RAS, encouraging and promoting the study of Astronomy, Space Science and other closely related branches of science at schools and universities.

A day in the life of... Sheila Kanani

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Dr Sheila Kanani is an inspiring female Astronomer working at the RAS, encouraging and promoting the study of Astronomy, Space Science and other closely related branches of science at schools and universities.

RAS200 Chapter 2

RAS200 Chapter 2 Blog

RAS200 Chapter 2

Published: 18 May 2017

It was a pleasure to be at the RAS Annual General Meeting last Friday. Not only did I listen to an entertaining Presidential Address, but I also heard about the new winners of RAS200 awards for innovative outreach projects.

RAS200 Chapter 2

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It was a pleasure to be at the RAS Annual General Meeting last Friday. Not only did I listen to an entertaining Presidential Address, but I also heard about the new winners of RAS200 awards for innovative outreach projects.

A question of spectra

A question of spectra News

A question of spectra

Published: 5 May 2017

John Fairweather has a question...

A day in the life of...Sherell Salmon

A day in the life of...Sherell Salmon People

A day in the life of...Sherell Salmon

Published: 26 April 2017

Sherell Salmon is a frequent visitor of the RAS volunteering whenever she can to help develop her confidence and gain experience to learn what it is like to work in the real world.

A day in the life of ...Richard O'Sullivan, Administration Officer

A day in the life of...Richard O'Sullivan, Administration Officer People

A day in the life of...Richard O'Sullivan, Administration Officer

Published: 13 April 2017

The RAS Reception in Burlington House is where everybody starts their visit – and it's where they come if anything goes wrong. And Richard O'Sullivan is likely to be the person they ask to sort it out.

Behind the scenes at the RAS

Behind the scenes at the RAS Blog

Behind the scenes at the RAS

Published: 12 April 2017

RAS Fellows form a network of scientists across the UK and the world; holding them together and working day to day to support them are the RAS staff. A&G Forum will be profiling members of staff so that you can find out more about them and their roles.

Behind the scenes at the RAS

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RAS Fellows form a network of scientists across the UK and the world; holding them together and working day to day to support them are the RAS staff. A&G Forum will be profiling members of staff so that you can find out more about them and their roles.

Star spotting

Star spotting RAS

Star spotting

Published: 11 April 2017

Do you know a star, whether at the peak of their career or an up-and-coming world leader of the future? If so, now is the time to nominate them for an RAS Medal or Award

A day in the life of... Annie Hogan

A day in the life of... Annie Hogan People

A day in the life of... Annie Hogan

Published: 11 April 2017

Annie Hogan will be a familiar face to visitors to Burlington House, but as Membership Officer, what does she do?

Life on RAS Council

Life on RAS Council People

Life on RAS Council

Published: 28 March 2017

Who's on RAS Council and what do they do? Stacey Habergham, the subject of our Q&A page in the April A&G, tells all.

InSAR spots a nuclear test

InSAR spots a nuclear test RAS

InSAR spots a nuclear test

Published: 21 February 2017

A paper in an RAS journal documents traces of a North Korean underground nuclear test in 2016 – demonstrating the value of a technique not used since 1992. InSAR data complements seismic methods more widely used to monitor such tests.

February: dust, dark skies and lunar swirls

February: dust, dark skies and lunar swirls News

February: dust, dark skies and lunar swirls

Published: 19 February 2017

The February 2017 issue of A&G is packed full of articles that delve into the formation of the solar system, a mission to another planetary system, Saturn's current sheet and more

Astronomy stays international

Astronomy stays international  RAS

Astronomy stays international

Published: 31 January 2017

The RAS has something to say about the US President's Executive Order limiting movement of people from certain countries.

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