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The Journal of the British Astronomical Association

For 124 years the Journal has published the observations and work of BAA members. It also contains many other articles and items of interest to all amateur astronomers. It is published six times a year, and sent free to all members of the Association. For subscription details for non-members, please contact the BAA office.

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2015 April
Volume 125, Number 2
A brilliant fireball analysed, NASA’s Dawn spacecraft closes in on Ceres, and a new Governing Document for the BAA
2015 February
Volume 125, Number 1
Full details of the March 20 solar eclipse as seen from the British Isles, a lunar graze observed by a local astronomical society, and some historical guesswork on the hidden side of the Moon
2014 December
Volume 124, Number 6
The inside story of the Philae landing from Nick James, new storms develop on Uranus, and the comets to look for in 2015.
2014 October
Volume 124, Number 5
Viewing the heart of a comet, the drawings of George Alcock, and 2014's spectacular phenomena of Jupiter's satellites
2014 August
Volume 124, Number 4
Commemorating the contribution of BAA members in the First World War, and 150 years of astronomical spectroscopy
2014 June
Volume 124, Number 3
Mars, glorious Mars! Observe the red planet in the summer sky
2014 April
Volume 124, Number 2
The Great Aurora of 2014 February 27/28, 2 new supernova discoveries from the UK, and fifty years of UK amateur astronomy
2014 February
Volume 124, Number 1
The death of comet ISON, the newly discovered asteroid which collided with the Earth, and McNeile's wooden machine for simulating occultations.

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