In this episode of the Cosmic cast David Gelsthorpe (head curator of the Earth Sciences collection at The Manchester Museum) talks about the important role museums play in communicating stories through museum collections.
The Royal Astronomical Society's 2020 National Astronomy Meeting will be held at the University of Bath from Sunday 12th July to Friday 17th July, alongside the 200th anniversary of the Royal Astronomical Society (RAS200).
Proposals for sessions to be held at NAM2020 are currently being accepted. The deadline for submitting parallel session proposals is Friday 17th Jan 2020 at 17:30 UTC.
For more details and to access the online submission form please follow the link here
The November publication digest is out, check it out here:
November 2019 Digest
The October publication digest is out, check it out here:
October 2019 Digest
On this week's episode, Manchester's Ricci Bahia talks about how we know so much about Martian rivers.
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In memory of the passing Larry Taylor - a titian of lunar science - a special issue in GCA has been published. There is a fantastic array of papers in this issue ranging from terrestrial diamonds to Martian volcanism that are worth checking out!
To browse the articles, follow this link:
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On Friday the RAS held a very successful meeting looking back at the last 50 years of lunar research in UK!