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Volume 52, Number 4, 1 August 2011

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Redrawing the maps
pp. 4.04-4.04(1)
Author: Bowler, Sue

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New faces arrive at NERC
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A supernova remnant is born
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JWST hangs in the balance
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More links with China
pp. 4.05-4.05(1)

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Record X‐ray flare
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Draconids big in 2011?
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Betelgeuse bubbles up dust
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Is this a record?
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Galaxy evolution in 3D
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LOFAR looks farther
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IOPD makes plans
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Mars's missing mass
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Dusty supernova
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INTEGRAL lowers limit
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Do you remember this?
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Author: Tritton, Keith

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Io may have a magma ocean
pp. 4.09-4.09(1)

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Dawn arrives at Vesta
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CERN smashes targets
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…and ups membership
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The end of the shuttle era
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The plumes of Enceladus
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Spirit remains silent
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Pan‐STARRS’ comet
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LRO produces new Moon maps
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New Mars rover
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Aboriginal astronomical sites, landscapes and paintings
pp. 4.12-4.16(1)
Authors: Bhathal, Ragbir; Mason, Terry

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Magnetic fields in a flap!
pp. 4.17-4.19(1)
Authors: Davey, Elizabeth; Lester, M; Milan, S E; Fear, R C

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A new way to study geomagnetic storms
pp. 4.20-4.23(1)
Authors: Hutchinson, J A; Wright, D M; Milan, S E; Grocott, A; Boakes, P D

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The Neptune Trojans: a window on the birth of the solar system
pp. 4.24-4.30(1)
Authors: Horner, J; Lykawka, P S

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A new view of galaxy evolution
pp. 4.31-4.35(1)
Author: Conselice, Christopher J

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India's tryst with modern astronomy
pp. 4.36-4.36(1)
Author: Anathpindika, Sumedh

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Behind the narrative
pp. 4.37-4.38(1)
Author: Bowler, Sue

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Dark arts, revisited
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Patrick Moore Medal
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Best theses win prizes
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New Fellows
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