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The Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 2019 December

Volume 129, Number 6

How to contribute to the Solar Section’s new databases, exploring a volcanic lunar landscape, a chance to help solve a 164-year-old nova mystery and a bumper selection of reviews

Contents

315
Notes and News
315
Alan Lorrain
316
Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2019
Callum Potter
316
Good Lighting Award for Kelling Heath Holiday Park
Bob Mizon
317
C. H. F Peters & the curious case of Nova Leonis 1855
Jeremy Shears
318
Auroral Activity 2019 August 30 – October 31
Sandra Brantingham
318
Martin Dawson
319
Janice McClean
320
2I/Borisov: the first confirmed interstellar comet
Nick James
321
Richard Miles
322
Solar Section
Lyn Smith
324
Several telescopes on one mounting
David Arditti
325
FROM THE JOURNAL ARCHIVE
John Chuter
326
Peter Meadows
329
Raffaello Lena & Barry FitzGerald
341
Jonathan Shanklin
351
Richard McKim
359
Centenaries for 2020
Barry Hetherington
360
John Chuter
361
Stuart Hawkins (1924–2019)
Bob Mizon
361
BAA Handbook 2020: A correction
Steve Harvey
362
Comet Prospects for 2020
Jonathan Shanklin
364
Stewart Moore
365
The Universe explained – a cosmic Q&A, by Heather Couper & Nigel Henbest
Reviewed by Philip Jennings
366
Equipment review: Celestron Rowe–Ackermann Schmidt Astrograph (RASA 11)
Grant Privett
367
Reviewed by Bill Leatherbarrow
367
Reviewed by Bob Mizon
368
Letters
369
BAA Spring Meeting – ‘Galaxies’
Andrew Mowbray
370
BAA Summer Meeting – ‘Astronomy & space today’
Alan Dowdell
372
Brian Mills