Journal of the British Astronomical Association. Vol.103 No.1

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  • 11The construction of a small spectrograph for stellar spectroscopy and its use on some brighter stars David Airey
  • 19Photographic and visual observations of the Geminid meteor shower in 1990 - S. J. Evans and Ν. Μ. Bone
  • 27The spectrum of a Perseid meteor - S. J. Evans and Η. Β. Ridley
  • 30Sherlock Holmes and some astronomical connections - Bradley E. Schaefer
  • 34Short Paper E. E. Barnard and Mars: The early years - William Sheehan
  • Notes and News

  • 3Hubble Telescope sees very remote galaxies / Stellar swaddling / Beneath Titan's clouds / Mars: missions, images and theories / Triton's diapirs / Comet News / Comets and the biosphere / Fascinating Io / Nearest neutron star
  • 8Letters Robert Brettell Bate
  • Review

  • 37The Great Copernicus Chase (Gingerich) / The Investigation of Difficult Things (Harman and Shapiro) / Guide to the Sun (Phillips) Sky: Planetary discovery from earliest times through Voyager and Magellan (Sheehan) / Other books received
  • Letters

  • 48Ordinary Meeting 1992 September 26 / Annual General Meeting 1992 October 28 / Ordinary Meeting 1992 October 28
  • BAA Updates

  • 43Comet Section Meeting, Cambridge 1992 October 17 / Meeting of European Planetary and Cometary Observers 1992 September 18-21 / New Members / Membership information
  • Observers' Forum

  • 46Comet Swift-Tuttle 1992t (5 photos) / NGC 7479 / NGC 7127 / Jupiter / Dumbbell nebula (M27) / Ring nebula (M57)
  • Etc.

  • 2Officers and Council
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