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Miscellaneous notices, 1957-07-29 - 1967-12-01

Reference Code: GBR/0180/RGO 10/668

Scope and Contents

Miscellaneous notices, including the following items:

Night observing duties.

Notice on attendance at the Royal Astronomical Society and similar meetings.

Quarterly reports of the Association of Astronomers.

Minutes of meetings of the canteen committee.

Notes concerning the Library Committee.

Notes on transit circle observing.

Notes on the photographic zenith tube observing programme.

Time Service notices.

Minutes of Office Whitely Committee meetings.

Note titled 'The Royal Cape Observatory and the Trend Report'.

Note on the reorganisation of the astrophysical activities of the Royal Greenwich Observatory.

Notes on the transfer of the R.G.O. to the Science Research Council.

Note on a visit to the R.G.O. by the Ordnance Survey.

H.M. Nautical Almanac Office estimates for 1965/66.

Record of an informal meeting to discuss pre-delivery services for the I.C.T. 1909 Computer.

Programme for the working colloquium on the World Magnetic Survey held at Herstmonceux on 4-6 October 1966.

Circulars on solar activity.

Note on the purchase of equipment.


  • 1957-07-29 - 1967-12-01

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Finding aid date

2006-06-30 08:59:58+00:00

Includes index.

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