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18 December 2007
As Christmas is approaching I thought I would remind our readers of our opening hours over the holiday period. Saturday 22nd December - 10am-1pm; 2pm-4.45pm (by appointment)...
17 December 2007
We have recently put online a collection of over 500 historic photographs taken between 1891 and 1919 by the architectural photographers Bedford Lemere & Co.
13 December 2007
On the night of the 13 December, and the morning of the 14 December, the Geminid shooting star shower reaches its peak. The Earth will be ploughing through a stream of debris...
13 December 2007
Comet Holmes now appears almost twice the diameter of the full Moon in the night sky. To see the latest images, see the gallery at Spaceweather.com. Because the comet is so...
11 December 2007
New dates are available for our evening observing events.
7 December 2007
December's item of the month is a Christmas special from our Manuscript collections. The publishing of a Christmas themed item of the month is tradition that goes back...
5 December 2007
A new daily planetarium show all about Black Holes is now available at the Peter Harrison Planetarium, here at the Royal Observatory Greenwich. The show touches on several...
5 December 2007
Recently I've been researching the story of Alain Bombard, the French doctor and biologist who survived for sixty days in a dinghy on the Atlantic Ocean without food or water.
4 December 2007
The library collection is continually growing here at the Caird Library and every month the library team works hard to catalogue new material covering all aspects of the...
3 December 2007
Friday 30 November saw the opening of the Museum’s new permanent Gallery, Atlantic Worlds, focusing on the role that the Atlantic Ocean has played as a conduit for the...

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