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Top Astronotes of 2018

21 Dec 2018, 14:14 UTC
Top Astronotes of 2018
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Article written by: Heather Alexander, Education Officer
Here we are, on the count down to Christmas, and we’re having a look at all the Astronotes that have been written for our blog this year. We’ve had input not just from the Education Team this year, but also the Academic Staff of the Armagh Observatory and Planetarium. Our resident Astronomers and students have given us so many brilliant blogs, and we can’t wait for 2019 to read more!
Rendition of gravitational waves emitted by the death spiral of two compact stars. Credit: NASA

Astronotes will be taking a short break over the holiday season, but we will be back in 2019 to cater to your every astronomical need. Who knows, you may be seeing us deliver our blog content in new and different ways, so watch this space. Here is a list of all of our favourite blog articles from this epic year of astronomy!

Planetary Exploration in 2018 – This blog was written by resident astronomer Apostolos Christou, who provided many more fascinating blogs throughout 2018. This particular article was a great way to start the year with a look into what planetary exploration would be ...

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