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  • PN05/02: PULSAR PAIR GIVES SCIENTISTS MAGNETO-PAUSE FOR THOUGHT

      The detection of a pair of compact objects orbiting each other have led to new thoughts upon the effects of the interaction of the magnetic field....
  • International Review of UK Physics & Astronomy

    'International Perceptions of Physics and Astronomy 2005' Review to be released  on 27 January 2006...
  • A journey too far?

    The RAS commissioned review of the scientific case for UK involvement in Human Space Exploration was the main editorial in the November 2005 'Physics World'. ...
  • North and South in the Celestial Sphere

    A RAS-sponsored project has given hundreds of young people in the UK and South Africa an experience of international space science. Two students from Dereham Sixth Form College report....
  • AlphaGalileo

    Have you thought of registering as an 'expert' with 'AlphaGalileo' ?...
  • 2009 International Year of Astronomy

    UNESCO supports move to declare 2009 the International Year of Astronomy....
  • Gravity

    All matter experiences the force of gravity. It is the weakest of all the forces of nature, but it is the dominant force in astronomy and cosmology.  It controls the movement of planets in our solar system, the structure of stars, the shapes of ...
  • Worshipful Company of Clockmakers

    The RAS has been invited to nominate for the Tompion and Harrison Medals of the Worshipful Company of Clockmakers...
  • Human Spaceflight

    Last opportunity to input to the review of the case for Human Space Flight...
  • Human Space Flight

    Following the item on the BBC web site, ‘Should Britain fund astronauts?'  nearly 20,000 votes were cast....
  • REVIEW OF UNDERGRADUATE GEOPHYSICS IN THE UK

    The results of a major survey will be discussed at an Open Forum on Friday 22nd April 2005 by a panel drawn from Universities, Schools, Industry, and Government. Topics will include:...
  • Venus Assists Cassini on its Space Odyssey to Saturn

        Venus Assists Cassini on its Space Odyssey to Saturn UK astronomers are about to receive the first substantial set of scientific data to be returned during the Cassini spacecraft's six-year odyssey to the ringed planet Saturn. ...