Below is a list of links to websites and other blogs which may be of interest to our readers.

Our other pages:
Earth and Solar System on Facebook
@EarthSolarSystm on Twitter
Earth and Solar System on Instagram

University of Manchester links:
Isotope Geochemistry and Cosmochemistry Group
School of Earth, Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences
The University of Manchester

Interesting and useful websites:
BBC Stargazing Live
Catch a Shooting Star
European Space Agency (ESA)
Galaxy Zoo
Genesis Mission
Hayabusa Mission
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)
Jodrell Bank Cantre for Astrophysics
Lunar and Planetary Institute
Manchester Science Festival
Meteoritical Bulletin Database
Meteoritical Society
Moon Zoo
Museum of Science and Industry
Stardust Mission
The Antarctic Search for Meteorites (ANSMET)
The Manchester Museum
UK Geotraces
UK Polar Meteorite Exploration and Research

2016 Conferences:
26th V.M. Goldschmidt Conference – Yokohama, Japan
47th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference – The Woodlands, Texas, USA
79th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society – Berlin, Germany

ANSMET 2016 – Field updates from The Antarctic Search for Meteorites, 2015-16 season.
Future Morph – Showcasing just some of the amazing and unexpected places that studying science, technology, engineering and maths can take you.
Open Meteorites – Open University’s outreach meteorite collection.
Manchester Science Festival Blog – News, reviews and stories from the team behind the Science Festival
Meteorites: The Blog from the Final Frontier – Space matters. A blog by Richard Greenwood, a researcher at The Open University.
MSG Meteorites – Inspired by wonderful and enigmatic rocks from space.
Palaeo Manchester – A taste of life as Curator of Earth Science Collections at The Manchester Museum.
The Planetary Society Blog – Creating a better future by exploring other worlds and understanding our own.
Women in Planetary Science – Women make up half the bodies in the solar system. Why not half the scientists?

The Barometer – Podcast about atmospheric science from our colleagues across the road.
The Jodcast – Bimonthly podcast from Jodrell Bank astronomers.

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