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The Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 2021 August

Volume 131, Number 4

From a curious pair of novae and a planet that never was, to upheaval on Jupiter and rediscovering the joy in observing

Contents

199
Alan Lorrain
200
Auroral & noctilucent cloud activity 2021 April 20 – June 22
Sandra Brantingham
200
Your vote for the BAA Trustees & Council
Bill Tarver
201
In Brief
Philip Jennings
201
David Arditti
202
Jupiter in 2020
John Rogers
205
Solar observer Monty Leventhal receives BAA Ridley Grant
Monty Leventhal
206
The Radio Astronomy Section in 2020
John Cook
208
Mars in 2020–’21: Third interim report
Richard McKim
209
New Honorary Members
210
Novae in Cassiopeia & Hercules: a case of the tortoise & the hare?
Jeremy Shears
211
Mark Kidger
212
Solar Section
Lyn Smith
215
David Arditti
216
FROM THE JOURNAL ARCHIVE
John Chuter
217
Hugh Allen
224
Paul G. Abel
227
Richard McKim
236
Martin Mobberley
250
FROM THE BAA ARCHIVES
John Chuter
251
Letters
252
New members
253
Bob Mizon
254
Stewart Moore
255
Planetary Astronomy, by Christophe Pellier (Ed.)
Reviewed by Martin Lewis
256
BAA Christmas Meeting, 2020 December 5 : ZOOM
Alan Dowdell
258
Alan Dowdell
260
Nick Hewitt
262
Notice Board
263
Trustees and Council for the Session 2020–2021