24In Foucault's " Pendulum experiment " how is the wire to which the bob is attached suspended to the roof of the building so as to avoid torsion caused by the rotatory movement which the building partakes of along with the Earth ?
3REPORT OF THE MEETING OF THE ASSOCIATION HELD ON MARCH 30, 1904
13Papers communicated to the Association.
13Prof. Stockwell and the Nebular Hypothesis. By W. T. LYNN
15The Oldest Astronomy. III. By E. W. MAUNDER and A. S. D. MAUNDER
20The South Temperate Spot on Jupiter.
20Solar Prominences and Thorp's Gratings.
22The Zodiacal Light.
22The Sun's Motion.
23The Companion of Algol.
29THE WEST OK SCOTLAND BRANCH
24Why do planets twinkle so much less than stars do ; and why do the same causes, which produce twinkling in some planets when near the horizon, not also produce twinkling in the moon when it is near the horizon ?
25New Books and Memoirs
25The Cartouches of Mars. By Percival Lowell
25Lowell Observatory Bulletins : No. 8, The Thoth and the Amenthes.
25Radial Velocities of Twenty Stars, having Spectra of the Orion Type. By Edwin B. Frost and Walter S. Adams
25The Spectra of Stars of Secchi's Fourth Type. By George E. Hale, Ferdinand Ellerman, and J. A. Parkhurst.
26Annales de l'Observatoire astronomique de Tokyo. Tomes II., III.
26Measures of Double Stars with the 40-inch refractor of the Yerkes Observatory. By S. W. Burnham.
28ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY
33CATALOGUE OF NEW DOUBLE STARS.
33STELLAR . PARALLAX AND ITS POSSIBLE ERRORS IN SOME CASES.—Prof. Schäberle,
30SUN-SPOTS AND THEIR CONNECTION WITH TERRESTRIAL MAGNETIC AND ELECTRIC DISTURBANCES. A. Ricco
31CHANGES ON THE MOON. I.—THE BRENNER DISTRICT.— Leo Brenner
31Is THERE SNOW ON THE MOON ?—E. W. Maunder
31MARS.—The Rev. T. E. R. Phillips
31THE CANALS OF MARS.— W. F. Denning
32OBSERVATIONS OF THE PLANET JUPITER. W. F. Denning.
32THE GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF METEORITES
32SUPPOSED ABSORPTION OF STELLAR LIGHT BY A COMET
32THEORY OF COMETS
33THE NEBULAR HYPOTHESIS OF LAPLACE.—A. Hall
33A CATALOGUE OF 829 SOUTH POLAR STARS.
29SOLAR PROMINENCES AND THE ELEVEN-YEAR CYCLE. A. Ricco
29SUN-SPOT VARIATION IN LATITUDE 1861-1902. W. J. S. Lockyer
33THE MISSING STAR, DM. + 19˚2773.—F. Küstner
34VARIABLE STARS IN ORION
34NEW VARIABLES.—9.1904 Orionis. Dr. W. Lutlier
34JAPANESE METHODS OF RECKONING TIME
34ESCAPE OF GASES FROM ATMOSPHERES. S. R. Cook
35AN ATLAS OF SOLAR PHOTOGRAPHS has been issued by M. Janssen
35Notices of the Association
35Books for Sale.
36Recent Additions to the Library.
37New Members of the Association. Elected 30th March 1904.
38Candidates for Election as Members of the Association. 27th April 1904.
38Comet a 1904.
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