Journal of the British Astronomical Association. Vol.103 Iss.3

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  • 111comparison of the frequencies of photographic Taurid, Geminid and sporadic meteors during the period 1982-1991 S. J. Evans
  • 115Periodicites in the relative sunspot number during sunspot maximum of solar cycle 22 Norman Walker, Brian Halls and Linda Roberton
  • 118Photoelectric photometry of 44 Nysa - Andrew J. Hollis and Richard Miles
  • 120Dr Isaac Roberts (1829-1904) and his observatories - Stephen H. G. James
  • 123Meteorite incidence angles - David W. Hughes
  • 127Some active British storm aurorae - R. J. Livesey
  • 130Short Papers Denning on novae - Martin Beech
  • 131An acclimatization fan for Newtonian reflectors - Peter Rathbone
  • Notes and News

  • 103Cosmic collisions are hot news / Supernovae: the search continues / Zapping solar filters / Twin supernovae / Aurora Section / reopens
  • 108Letters Mirror polishing problems / Planets and symbolism
  • 126Historical Note Radar bright ice bright: V. A. Firsoff and ice caps on Mercury - Richard Baum
  • Review

  • 133Stars and Galaxies (ed. Eicher) / Galaxies and the Universe (ed. Eicher) / Solar System Evolution; A new perspective (Taylor) / (Ashford) / Beyond the Solar System: 100 best deep sky objects for amateur astronomers (ed. Eicher) / Other books received
  • Letters

  • 144Ordinary Meeting 1993 January 2 / Ordinary Meeting 1993 January 27 / Ordinary Meeting 1993 February 27
  • Observers' Forum

  • 140The Moon - with camcorder and binoculars / Evening Star / Jupiter
  • 142BAA New South Wales Branch / More BAA Asteroids / New members / Elections to Council - Update
  • Etc.

  • 102Officers and Council
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