Journal of the British Astronomical Association. Vol.106 Iss.2

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  • 69The comet collision with Jupiter: I. What happened in the impacts John H. Rogers
  • 82Carrington's method of determining sunspot positions Ε. Τ. Η. Teague
  • 86The comets of 1990 /. D. Shanklin
  • 92Lunar occultations of planets Gordon E. Taylor
  • 95The aurora 1994 R. J. Livesey
  • 101Short paper The Barnett Observatory J. N. Brown
  • BAA Updates

  • 112On discovering an asteroid / Daylight viewing of Venus - en masse! / Amateur observations of the aurora in North America New members
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  • 6HST pushes back frontiers of observable universe / Planets in abundance? / Galileo at Jupiter: first results from the atmo­ Ordinary meeting, 1995 November 29 / Ordinary meeting and Christmas Lecture, 1996 January
  • 58Officers and Council
  • 81Membership information
  • 110Letters
  • 115Small advertisements
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