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27 February 2015
This week's blog comes from Louise Devoy, Curator of the Royal Observatory
20 February 2015
Last month we said a tearful goodbye to Ships, Clocks & Stars, which has been a large part of our lives for the past six months. The good news is that the closing of the...
8 February 2015
Today's guest post comes from Dr Rebekah Higgitt:  We’ve heard plenty about Nevil Maskelyne on this blog, which is unsurprising given that he was such a significant part of...
30 January 2015
This appeared as a guest post by Katy for the OxfordWords blog run by Oxford Dictionaries ...
16 January 2015

In July 2014 the NMM hosted on one-day conference, entitled Decoding Harrison, which presented the story of around forty years of collaborative research into John Harrison’s complex and surprising pendulum clock theory.

8 January 2015
Since April last year, a mob of madcap inventors, stargazing scientists and elegant explorers took over the Royal Observatory, taking visitors on an adventure into a world...
23 December 2014
If you've visited Ships, Clocks & Stars (open until 4 January 2015), you probably noticed the rather fine portrait of the young Edmond Halley (1656-1742).
22 December 2014
As we hurtle towards Christmas and the final weeks of Ships, Clocks & Stars, the people who know the exhibition best share their favourite objects: Marine timekeeper,...
19 December 2014
Bligh and the Bounty In 1787, Lieutenant William Bligh, Cook’s sailing master on his third voyage, took command of the Bounty for a Pacific expedition. Its aim was to...
12 December 2014

This week's guest post comes from Tom Gurling, part of our Visitor Experience team.

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