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11 February 2008
Last Friday the BBC published a fascinating article about the latest phase of conservation work on Henry VIII's wrecked flagship, the Mary Rose. The restoration of the Mary...
9 February 2008
The Space Shuttle Atlantis successfully docked with the International Space Station today - and you can see them fly overhead for yourself. The pair are astonishingly bright...
8 February 2008
The great thing about working with manuscripts at the National Maritime Museum is the various collections that you get to absorb yourself in. Just to illustrate this, I’d...
6 February 2008
This month the E-Library is revealing its first ‘Pirates’ archive journey event, on Thursday 7 February at 2.30pm. This is the latest storybox in a series of many which...
5 February 2008
The Dreadnought Project - Warship index Warship started out as a quarterly publication of essays on the design, development and service history of fighting ships, and is now...
5 February 2008
For 84 years the major global news headlines of the day have been preceded by the six Greenwich Time 'pips'. When the news of Neil Armstrong’s first steps on the Moon,...
5 February 2008
Two eclipses will be visible this month. First, we have an annular solar eclipse occurring on 7 February 2008, visible in Antarctica and the very southern Pacific Ocean.
4 February 2008
Some of you may have read previous posts here about our Archive Journeys sessions but might be a bit unsure of what they actually are. Well, Archive Journeys are a great way...
4 February 2008
The planet Mars is visible throughout the night this month – just look south for the brightest reddest object, high in the sky. Mars is visible from sunset until it heads...

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