Autumnal Equinox 2014 Newsletter

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♐ Autumnal Equinox ♑

Published September 23, 2014

 
 

Andromeda, as shown in an engraving from the 17th century Firmamentum Sobiescianum sive Uranographia star atlas by Johannes Hevelius. Credit: U.S. Naval Observatory and the Space Telescope Science Institute.

Andromeda, as shown in an engraving from the 17th century Firmamentum Sobiescianum sive Uranographia star atlas by Johannes Hevelius. Credit: U.S. Naval Observatory and the Space Telescope Science Institute.

In this issue:

A Few Words from the Editors / Message des rédactrices en chef
Message from the President
ACURA News
Nouvelles du CNRC Herzberg / NRC Herzberg News
JCMT Update
ALMA Update
Herschel-HIFI news
The X-ray View of Galaxies in Compact Groups and the Coma Cluster Infall Region (PhD thesis abstract)
Relevé spectroscopique et étude des propriétés physiques des étoiles naines blanches à moins de 40 pc du Soleil (résumé de thèse doctorale)
Chemical Abundances of Local Group Globular Clusters (PhD thesis abstract)
Madawaska Highlands Observatory Corp.


Editors: Joanne Rosvick & Magdalen Normandeau
 
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An ALMA Update

ACURA News

NRC Herzberg News

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Message from the President

Les évolutions des populations A&A dans les universités canadiennes

The Evolution of A&A Populations in Canadian Universities

News from the Canadian Gemini Office

Nouvelles de l’Office Gemini Canadien

CSA News

Thirty Meter Telescope Project Update

Herschel Update

Obituary – Richard Adrian Jarrell