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Web Site Updates 2008

 * Twelve Days of Mercury This ChristmasUpdated 2008 December 22nd
 * Armagh Observatory Research Internationally RecognizedUpdated 2008 December 22nd
 * Winter Solstice Live Web-Cast to Mark International Year of AstronomyUpdated 2008 December 18th
 * "Looking for a Pulse" - Public LectureUpdated 2008 December 17th
 * Annual Financial Report 2007-2008Updated 2008 December 16th
 * Don't Forget the Leap SecondUpdated 2008 December 15th
 * Discovery of very low amplitude 9-minute multiperiodic pulsations
in the magnetic Ap star HD 75445
Updated 2008 December 10th
 * Armagh Travellers Support Group Sees StarsUpdated 2008 December 10th
 * Dry NovemberUpdated 2008 December 2nd
 * Minutes of Management Committee and Board of GovernorsUpdated 2008 December 2nd
 * Magnificent Planetary Conjunction over ArmaghUpdated 2008 December 2nd
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 * Some Videos on our Web SitesUpdated 2008 November 27th
 * 2008 Robinson Lecture VideosUpdated 2008 November 26th
 * 2008 Robinson LectureUpdated 2008 November 10th
 * Cool OctoberUpdated 2008 November 3rd
 * Annual Report 2007 - PDFUpdated 2008 November 3rd
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 * Rare October SnowfallUpdated 2008 October 31st
 * Small Asteroids Fly Past EarthUpdated 2008 October 15th
 * Discovery of two distinct polarimetric behaviours of trans-Neptunian objectsUpdated 2008 October 15th
 * Why Asteroid 2008 TC3 Represents a LandmarkUpdated 2008 October 10th
 * Pollution Telescope Sees First LightUpdated 2008 October 9th
 * Robinson Schools Lecture November 2008Updated 2008 October 8th
 * Robinson Lecture November 2008Updated 2008 October 8th
 * First Earth-Colliding Asteroid Detected Before ImpactUpdated 2008 October 7th
 * Border Heritage Book review from Orbit magazine - PDF formatUpdated 2008 October 2nd
 * ESO VLT spectral observations of SAX J1808.4-3658 in outburstUpdated 2008 October 2nd
 * Old movies of the weather stationUpdated 2008 October 1st
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 * Border Heritage Book Review from Due North MagazineUpdated 2008 September 23rd
 * Border Heritage Book available free of chargeUpdated 2008 September 22nd
 * Magnetic fields and chemical peculiarities of the very young intermediate-mass
binary system HD 72106
Updated 2008 September 12th
 * The Structure and Dynamics of a Bright Point as seen with Hinode, SoHO and TRACEUpdated 2008 September 12th
 * Appointment of Members of the Management Committee of Armagh Observatory and PlanetariumUpdated 2008 September 10th
 * Photometry and polarimetry of the nucleus of comet 2P/EnckeUpdated 2008 September 8th
 * Gloomiest August on Record at ArmaghUpdated 2008 September 2nd
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 * Response to reports on climate web sitesUpdated 2008 August 22nd
 * Quasi-Hilda Comet 147P/Kushida-Muramatsu:
another long temporary satellite capture by Jupiter
Updated 2008 August 6th
 * Staff Photograph August 2008Updated 2008 August 6th
 * A Spot of Siberian Darkness for Armagh AstronomerUpdated 2008 August 6th
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 * Armagh In My HeartUpdated 2008 July 28th
 * Solar Eruption in 1859Updated 2008 July 28th
 * Solar Eclipse Visible from ArmaghUpdated 2008 July 24th
 * Observer's Diary Codes added to Climate SiteUpdated 2008 July 8th
 * Dry JuneUpdated 2008 July 4th
 * Confirmation of the Electron Cyclotron Maser Instability as the
Dominant Source of Radio Emission from Very Low Mass Stars and Brown Dwarfs
Updated 2008 July 4th
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 * Some Things About Armagh - Aisling O'BeirnUpdated 2008 June 24th
 * Pulsations in the atmosphere of the rapidly oscillating Ap star 10 Aquilae - PDFUpdated 2008 June 23rd
 * Periodic Bursts of Coherent Radio Emission from an Ultracool Dwarf - PDFUpdated 2008 June 12th
 * A Mini-survey of Ultracool Dwarfs at 4.9 GHz - PDFUpdated 2008 June 12th
 * Magnetic topology of blinkers - PDFUpdated 2008 June 12th
 * Warmest May for 160 YearsUpdated 2008 June 2nd
 * Armagh and Monaghan’s Cross-Border Heritage Celebrated in ArmaghUpdated 2008 June 2nd
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 * April Drier and Sunnier Than AverageUpdated 2008 May 1st
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 * AHD2008 and Guided Tour of Armagh ObservatoryUpdated 2008 April 28th
 * Research Fellow Positions AvailableUpdated 2008 April 18th
 * Meteor outburst profiles and cometary ejection modelsUpdated 2008 April 16th
 * The defining characteristics of Intermediate PolarsUpdated 2008 April 8th
 * Armagh Astronomers Identify Shooting Stars on the Red PlanetUpdated 2008 April 7th
 * The Tercentenary of Archbishop Richard Robinson's Birth: Why Now?Updated 2008 April 2nd
 * The Early Development of Ideas Concerning the Transneptunian RegionUpdated 2008 April 2nd
 * March Wetter and Sunnier than AverageUpdated 2008 April 2nd
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 * Mayor Meets Anglo-Australian Telescope BoardUpdated 2008 March 28th
 * The effect of rotation on the abundances of the chemical elements of the
A-type stars in the Praesepe cluster
Updated 2008 March 26th
 * Observatory Celebrates Grants SuccessUpdated 2008 March 6th
 * February Drier and Milder than AverageUpdated 2008 March 4th
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 * Small-scale flows in SUMER and TRACE high-cadence co-observationsUpdated 2008 February 29th
 * Discovery of magnetic fields in the very young, massive stars
W601 (NGC 6611) and OI~201 (NGC 2244)
Updated 2008 February 29th
 * Automatic Weather Station Back On-lineUpdated 2008 February 27th
 * Spectroscopy and Spectropolarimetry WorkshopUpdated 2008 February 25th
 * Climate PostersUpdated 2008 February 19th
 * Management Committee Minutes for June 2007 - PDFUpdated 2008 February 13th
 * The Coherent Radio Emission from the RS CVn Binary HR 1099 - PDFUpdated 2008 February 11th
 * Wettest January Since 1948Updated 2008 February 5th
 * Public LectureUpdated 2008 February 5th
 * Searching for links between magnetic fields and stellar evolution - PDFUpdated 2008 February 4th
 * Isotopic anomaly and stratification of Ca in magnetic Ap stars - PDFUpdated 2008 February 4th
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 * Meet the Astronomers on 20th FebruaryUpdated 2008 January 31st
 * Public Lecture on Tuesday 19th FebruaryUpdated 2008 January 31st
 * February Public Lecture and Future Events - PDFUpdated 2008 January 28th
 * Comet 8P/Tuttle and the December UrsidsUpdated 2008 January 18th
 * The discovery of high-amplitude 10.9-minute oscillations in the cool
magnetic Ap star HD 115226
Updated 2008 January 8th
 * 2007 Warmest Year on Record at ArmaghUpdated 2008 January 7th
 * Characterisation of the magnetic field of the Herbig Be star HD 200775Updated 2008 January 7th
 * Web Statistics for 2007Updated 2008 January 7th

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