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JODRELL BANK'S TELESCOPES LOOK TO A BRIGHT FUTURE.



After nearly 9 months of unseen activity, the University of Manchester's giant Lovell radio telescope at Jodrell Bank is now scanning the heavens again, but anyone looking across the Cheshire plain may notice that it now looks rather odd! The well known landmark is now well on the way to the completion of a £2.4 M upgrade that will greatly enhance its performance and keep it at the forefront of astronomical research for many years to come.
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THE BRITISH ROCKETRY ORAL HISTORY PROJECT (BROHP) 4TH ANNUAL
2 - 4 April 2002. What has the UK done in Space? Probably more than you think! This year’s British Rocketry Oral History Project Conference at Charterhouse School near... More
Last updated on Monday, 19 April 2010 20:06
Published on Sunday, 27 February 2005 00:00
 
A chance to see Comet Ikeya-Zhang together in the sky with our nearest giant galaxy
For accompanying images see: http://www.jb.man.ac.uk/news/comet/For the past few weeks the brightest comet for nearly 8 years has been visible in the western sky after... More
Last updated on Sunday, 02 May 2010 11:55
Published on Sunday, 27 February 2005 00:00
 
PHYSICS ON STAGE 2
In the week after Easter, from April 2 - 6 2002, thirty three UK delegates will be taking part in a European physics festival at the European Space Research & Technology... More
Last updated on Sunday, 02 May 2010 11:55
Published on Sunday, 27 February 2005 00:00
 
ASTRONOMERS DETECT STELLAR ASHES AT THE DAWN OF TIME
Using a powerful instrument on a telescope in Hawaii, UK astronomers have found ashes from a generation of stars that died over 10 billion years ago. This is the first... More
Last updated on Sunday, 02 May 2010 11:56
Published on Sunday, 27 February 2005 00:00