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R Leo   Feb. 10th 1840  <6.4     J. Baxendell
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  

        

 

Sir Patrick Moore at the Royal Institution DVD

 

A four-disk DVD set of the outstanding meeting 'Developments in Amateur Astronomy', held in honour of Sir Patrick Moore, can be still be purchased post free via the BAA website - 14 for members and 18 for non-members. The disks include professionally filmed and edited coverage of all the presentations including talks on searching for low amplitude variable stars, high precision CCD photometry of variable stars and tomorrows imaging sensors, as well as extensive additional material including an exclusive interview with Patrick at his home in Selsey.

 

 

 

 

BAA Spectroscopic Database here  
On-line data entry and BAAVSS Database here

Notes on data submission including Spreadsheets and report forms here

 

 
   
 
  
 

Outburst of the UGWZ star AL Com.  Apr 15.447 UT  12.98V 

itel T11 at New Mexico  0.51m CDK @ f/4.5. 180 secs     Martin Mobberley

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 
Last update April 15th  2019