Journal of the British Astronomical Association. Vol.104 Iss.5

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  • 215Using Lunar Orbiter images to identify unfamiliar limb features on the Moon Ivor L. Clarke
  • 222A smooth sector lead-screw drive system Rene Verseau
  • 225The computerisation of the Variable Star Section records Dave McAdam & Tristram Brelstaff
  • 231Nebular filters in deep sky astronomy Owen Brazell
  • 236Modifications to the Sevenoaks Spectrohelioscope H. R. Hatfield
  • 238Short Paper Urania's Mirror - a 170-year old mystery solved? P. D. Hingley
  • 241Report of the Council and Accounts for the Session 1993-1994
  • Notes and News

  • 213The great Jupiter bombardment / From the President / The Solar System 100 years after Lowell / The light through the 'Lyman Letters
  • 224Possible impact scars on Saturn, 1780? / Visibility of the young Crescent Moon / Defining asteroids of the Apollo and Aten Membership information
  • 230New members
  • 240Other books received
  • Review

  • 259Star-Hopping: Your Visa to Viewing the Universe (Garfinkle) / The Explorers of Mars Hill (Putnam et al.) / Fundamental Obituaries
  • Etc.

  • 30Norman Edward Fisher / David Anthony Allen Ordinary Meeting, 1994 February 26 / Special General Meeting, 1994 March 30 / Ordinary Meeting, 1994 March
  • 206Officers and Council
  • 271Small - advertisements
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