Earth's limb prior to sunrise as seen from the ISS

 

Welcome to astrongeo.org!

This is the companion website for ‘A&G’, the magazine for Fellows of the Royal Astronomical Society. We want these webpages to reflect and promote the work of Fellows all over the world, and we're happy to showcase your images, activites and links to related websites. We hope to develop a resource for others to find excellent outreach and educational activities and a record of the many ways our Fellows seek to engage others with the Society's goals.

This website is in beta testing phase and will develop over the next few weeks to be a resource for members and a place where you can share details of yourself and your work.

We would like to hear from Fellows about:

• outreach activities, particularly those funded by grants from the RAS

• educational activities and work promoting our areas of science

• images and photos, whether of scientific or outreach activity

• news and links to your webpages.

Contact the editor with suggestions or contributions. 


LATEST NEWS

Full contents list for the latest issue, with links to articles. Note that most links take you to the article on the OUP website, for subscribers only.

Full contents list for the latest issue, with links to articles. Note that most links take you to the article on the OUP website, for subscribers only.

John Baruch surveys the work of the Bradford Robotic Telescope – a project rooted in innovation and education, full of potential for an exciting future.

The RAS Ordinary Meeting on Friday 13 February heard about an award-winning instrument that has opened a new window on the universe; ways to map the Moon by combining meteorite compositions with remote-sensing data; the potential for watching the birth of black holes in real time; and the astronomical and geophysical impact of Robert Hooke’s Micrographia, published 400 years ago.

Full contents list for the latest issue, with links to articles. Note that most links take you to the article on the OUP website, for subscribers only.