19th July 2018: Moon Cycle to DIAS Dunsink Observatory as part of Festival of Curiosity
The ‘Moon Cycle’ took place last night (19.07.18) as part of the Festival of Curiosity. DIAS Dunsink Observatory was established in 1785, and has been part of DIAS since 1947. It now functions primarily as an outreach centre and attracts over 4,000 visitors a year. Further information is available at www.dias.ie.
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Celtica, the School of Celtic Studies peer-reviewed journal has published pioneering work in all aspects of Celtic Studies since 1946. It is one of the most prominent platforms for the publication of research findings in the field and is now published annually
🥳 It is 75 years since the very first volume of Celtica, edited by T. F. O’Rahilly, was published in 1946. To celebrate, we are giving away a complete set of Celtica, all 32 volumes! 🥳🙌 Enter below by Sun 9th May to win https://t.co/5pphJOO0I0pic.twitter.com/PEwmNdEPem
He is best known for work on particle acceleration in astrophysical plasmas and the origin of cosmic rays, but has broad interests in computational and theoretical astrophysics and more recently in issues of policy for science. Congratulations Luke 👏 (2/2)
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