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Thanks to all of you for continuous support and wishing you successful, prosperous & enjoyable New Year 2016!
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Thank you for coming to IBL User Group Meeting 2015, and for your ideas & participation! If you did not had a chance to join, we will shortly finish uploading of collected information to Wiki, so enjoy!
Either case, we will be happy if we can see you at UGM next year :)
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IBL UGM2015 is about to begin: are you packed already? 
If you are unable to attend, we are preparing a life broadcast starting Monday 06:00 UTC. Instructions will be sent through VW/MW mailing lists, so be sure you are subscribed to those.

See you soon!
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The UGM2015 is coming close, did you managed your travel arrangements already?
If you need any help or advise, please let us know! 
We will be eager to show our latest hot product news there, so better get ready!
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NASA launched a new Website with Deep Space Climate Observatory #DSCOVR EPIC images "the new blue marble", available on daily basis at http://epic.gsfc.nasa.gov/
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Weather forecast gadget that simulates rain, clouds, fog, thunderstorm, sunrise smile emoticon
Can be purchased this year, or you can even build the open version yourself based on http://www.tempescope.com/opentempescope/
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Meteohydex 2015
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Today is the 150th anniversary of the death of Vice Admiral Robert FitzRoy, the founder of the Met Office.

In 1854 a government department, which was later to become the Met Office, was set up under the Board of Trade. Its aim was to research the possibilities of forecasting the weather, mainly to protect the safety of ships and their crew at sea. Distinguished naval captain, Robert FitzRoy, was chosen to head up the department. His first public weather forecast, published in his own hand writing, was published in the Times on 1 August 1861.

You can find out more about his career and the legacy he left behind in our blog http://bit.ly/1QNGmSi
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