Journal of the British Astronomical Association. Vol.104 Iss.6

PDFTo download this journal, why not become a member.

To access this journal you need to join the association

  • 281The myth of Earth-based Martian crater sightings William Sheehan & Richard McKim
  • 287The construction of large-format cameras for meteor photography S. J. Evans & R. A. Marriott
  • 293Quintuple planetary groupings - Rarity, historical events and popular beliefs Salvo De Meis & Jean Meeus
  • 298A guide to the edge-wise presentation of Saturn, 1995-96 David L. Graham
  • 300A run-off roof observatory M. J. Hendrie
  • 304Naked eye sunspots and the solar cycle Alan W. Heath
  • 308An exceptionally bright fireball of 1992 August 16 at 2148 UT Howard Miles
  • Observers' Forum

  • 312Officers and Council Letters
  • Etc.

  • 25The Universe Explained (Ronan) / Meteorite Craters and Impact Structures of the Earth (Hodge) / Introduction to Cosmology Ordinary Meeting, 1994 April 30 / Ordinary Meeting, 1994 May
  • 291CCD photometry and the professional community / The environmental effects of light pollution / Impact scars on Saturn: a Membership information
  • 292Historical notes Impacts and mass extinctions: To whom the laurel falls? Duncan Steel
  • 311Centenaries for 1995 Barry Hetherington
  • 322New members
  • 323Small - advertisements
The British Astronomical Association supports amateur astronomers around the UK and the rest of the world. Find out more about the BAA or join us.