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The National Aerospace Library is one of the Society's oldest assets, and is constantly growing. Explore our catalogue, read our book reviews and even adopt a book.
6 March 2014
By Paula Barratt
Today is the 17th World Book Day, where children around the world are encouraged to read. At the National Aerospace Library, we welcome book lovers of all ages, so do pay us a visit!
4 March 2014
Scramjet pioneer, Emeritus Professor Ray Stalker AO HonFRAeS, died on 9 February 2014.
3 March 2014
Air Marshal Sir Frank Holroyd, Past-President of the Society, 1992-1993, died on 17 January 2014.
1 March 2014
The Royal Aeronautical Society Council Election 2014 opened for voting on 1 March 2014. All voting members will now have received either an e-mail or postal notice enabling you to vote
28 February 2014
British airship company Hybrid Air Vehicles has inflated its lighter-than-air vehicle, the Airlander 10, (formerly the Northrop Grumman LEMV) in the UK for the first time at Cardington.
27 February 2014
By Tim Robinson
On 5 February the wraps came off flight test progress with the UK’s classified stealth UCAV demonstrator, the BAE
Systems Taranis. TIM ROBINSON caught up with Taranis Project Pilot and Mission Commander BOB FRASER.
D F McIntyre's son Dougal McIntyre reflecta on his father's epic flight over Everest more than 80 years ago in 1933. He is joined by Scotsman journalist George Kerevan who was involved in a commemorative recreation of the flight in a Jetstream 41 in 2013.
Boscombe Down Branch Evening Lecture.
An RAeS Stevenage Branch Lecture on 'Design and Development of the Eurofighter Typhoon' is presented by AVM Alan Merriman FRAeS.