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April 2013

Written by Aina Musaeva while on one of her Observing trips

Right now (late April to early may 2013) the night sky contains many beautiful stellar objects to look at with a telescope and naked eye. Gorgeous summer objects are still visible in the low western sky early in the evening with many winter ones just rising in the east later at night.

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24 Apr

Written by Jason Drury

Currently under development, the SKA or Square Kilometre Array, will be the world's largest radio-interferometry based telescope, with its antennas having an effective collecting area of approximately one square kilometer.

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An excellent collaboration of Physics and Biology took place in the Kickstart Demonstartor training.

The rope

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By Tara Murphy

Earlier this week we saw the death of a high profile woman (Margaret Thatcher) interrupt the news cycle on an international scale, but last week a much more unlikely obituary caused a social media outcry.

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Written by Alice Poppleton

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