Journal of the British Astronomical Association. Vol.102 Iss.5

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  • 248The opposition of Mars, 1990 - Richard McKim
  • 265Short-period comet splitting - David W. Hughes and Neil McBride
  • 269Photoelectric photometry and the JEAP - John Watson
  • 274Short Papers The solar atmosphere and the visibility of sunspots - Gunter Archenhold
  • 276A remotely controlled CCD camera for telescope guidance and imaging - John Smith
  • 278'Important Results' versus 'Mischievous Effects': George Crabb on the difference between Astronomy and Astrology G. P. Brooks and R. C. Brooks
  • 288Report of the Council and Accounts for the Session 1991 August 1-1992 July 31
  • Notes and News

  • 239The hottest star in the galaxy / Light on dark matter / Active Galactic Nuclei / The tick of distant clocks / The kamikaze strikes again over ill-fortune / Aurora Section / Reading the minds of extraterrestrials
  • 245Letters effect / The Jack Ells automatic photoelectric telescope / The earliest days of radio astronomy
  • Review

  • 285The Fullness of Space: Nebulae, Stardust and the interstellar medium (Wynn-Williams) / Astrophotography with the Schmidt 1 (2nd edition) (Longair) / Binary Stars: A pictorial atlas (Terrell et al.) / Other books received
  • Letters

  • 301Exhibition Meeting 1992 June 20
  • BAA Updates

  • 282BAA Officers at the 1992 Exhibition Meeting / Meeting of the Deep Sky Section, 1992 March 7 / Obituary: Douglas J. Smillie (1930— 1992) / New Members
  • Observers' Forum

  • 280Matter of Misinformation: G. D. Cassini and the rotation of Venus CCD Images of NGC 7479 and NGC 7331 / Comet Shoemaker-Levy 1991a, / Enhancing astrophotographs with slide copying
  • Etc.

  • 197Historical Note
  • 238Officers and Council
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