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The Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 2020 August

Volume 130, Number 4

Mysterious waves in the atmosphere of Venus, the astronomical notes of a 17th century diarist, and how to observe the Sun's polar faculae

Contents

199
From the President
Alan Lorrain
199
Long-term monitoring of Venus required
Paul G. Abel
200
Your vote for the BAA Trustees & Council
Bill Tarver
200
Celebrating the 125th birthday of Sydney City Skywatchers (formerly BAA New South Wales Branch)
Mike Frost
201
In Brief
Philip Jennings
201
Carolyn Kennett
202
Mike Foulkes
203
Supernova 2020ue detected in NGC 4636
Guy Hurst
203
Nominations invited for the seventh Sir Patrick Moore Prize
David Arditti
204
Auroral & noctilucent cloud activity 2020 May I – June 30
Sandra Brantingham
204
Observe Neptune at opposition
Mike Foulkes
205
Imaging the surface of Venus at 1,000nm wavelength
Martin Lewis
206
Solar Section
Lyn Smith
208
‘Why won’t my GoTo work?’ & other telescope bugbears
David Arditti
209
John Chuter
210
Richard Sargent
219
Raffaello Lena & Barry FitzGerald
228
Richard J. McKim, Paul G. Abel & Emmanuel I. Kardasis
234
Jeremy Shears
240
FROM THE BAA ARCHIVES
John Chuter
241
Letters
243
Richard Miles
244
BAA Ordinary Meeting, 2020 January 25
Alan Dowdell
246
Observing polar faculae
Peter Meadows
248
Stewart Moore
250
Observing Z Ursae Majoris
Des Loughney
251
Lunar occultation of Venus, 2020 June 19
John S. Sussenbach
251
Lunar occultation of Venus, 2020 June 19 - Meanwhile, in the UK...
James Dawson & Richard Severn
252
Nick Hewitt
254
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