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PanSTARRS seen, IAA Lecture, Armagh event, Globe at Night, COSMOS

14 Mar 2013, 09:57 UTC
PanSTARRS seen, IAA Lecture, Armagh event, Globe at Night, COSMOS
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1. Update - COMET PanSTARRS
Comet Pan-STARRS (C/2011 L4) is now visible from our
latitudes. Some local observers got their first glimpse on
Tuesday evening.
2. IAA LECTURE: The next IAA public lecture will be on
Wednesday 20 March, at 7.30 p. m.
It will be given by Andrew Dennis of Andor Technology: The title
is "Andor and Cutting Edge Astronomy".
3. Armagh Observatory Public St. Patrick's Day Event.
4. Join the World-wide GLOBE at Night 2013 Campaign.

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