George Darwin Lectureship

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The George Darwin Lectureship is an award of the Royal Astronomical Society, named after the astronomer George Darwin. The George Darwin Lecture is given annually, by a 'distinguished and eloquent speaker', on a topic in astronomy or astrophysics.[1] The speaker may be based in the UK or overseas.

George Darwin Lecturers[edit]

Lecturers as listed by the Royal Astronomical Society:[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "George Darwin Lectureship". Royal Astronomical Society. Retrieved 2013-01-08. .
  2. ^ "The George Darwin Lectures" (PDF). Royal Astronomical Society. Retrieved 2013-01-08. .
  3. ^ "RAS honours leading astronomers and geophysicist". RAS. 8 January 2015. Retrieved 9 January 2015. 
  4. ^ "Meeting of the Royal Astronomical Society, Friday 2015 November 13 at 16h 00m". The Observatory. 136 (1251): 56–64. 2016.  See page 62.
  5. ^ "Meeting of the Royal Astronomical Society, Friday 2015 January 9 at 16h 00m". The Observatory. 135 (1247): 179–183. 2015. Bibcode:2015Obs...135..179. Retrieved 25 January 2017.  See page 182.
  6. ^ "Meeting of the Royal Astronomical Society, Friday 2013 November 8 at 16h 00m". The Observatory. 134 (1240): 93–99. 2014. Bibcode:2014Obs...134...93. Retrieved 25 January 2017.  See page 97.

External links[edit]

Royal Astronomical Society