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Dynamics of Outer Planetary Systems

9 November to 11 November 2009

A Satellite Meeting at the Royal Observatory, Edinburgh

Organisers: Dr A Morbidelli (Observatory of Nice), Professor R Nelson (Queen Mary, London), Dr GI Ogilvie (Cambridge), Dr WKM Rice (Edinburgh co-chair), Professor JM Stone (Princeton) and Dr M Wyatt (Cambridge co-chair)

in association with the Newton Institute programme Dynamics of Discs and Planets (12 August to 18 December 2009)

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Local Accommodation:

Participants are asked to make their own accommodation arrangements. Details of local accommodation is available here.

Directions to the Royal Observatory Edinburgh can be found on their website here.

A map showing the Royal Observatory Edinburgh (indicated by "A") can be found here.

A map showing the Pollock Halls of Residence at the University of Edinburgh where the drinks reception on Sunday 08 November 2009 and dinner on Tuesday 10 November 2009 will be held can be found here.

From the Airport and Waverely Station to the Pollock Halls of Residence:

A cab from the airport to the University should cost 15-20, depending on the time of day. Lothian Region Transport operates a frequent Airline bus from the airport to Haymarket and Waverley train stations. The website is available here, you can also book these tickets online:

Airlink departs from STAND 19 just outside the UK arrivals hall at: 0450 0505 0520 0535 0550 0605 0620 0635 0650 then at least every 10 mins until 0022.

Airlink tickets are available from the Airlink driver, online at their website or at the Airlink kiosk at Edinburgh Airport (stand 19).

SINGLE Adult 3.50 Child 2

OPEN RETURN Adult 6 Child 3

A cab from Waverely Station (a taxi rank is located inside the station next to Platform 11) to the University will cost around 6.

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