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The Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 2020 June

Volume 130, Number 3

Exciting results from NASA's Juno mission, a new technique to study Martian dust storms and astronomical adventures in India, plus memories of Dr Heather Couper and Jim Hysom

Contents

131
From the President
Alan Lorrain
132
Solar Section
Lyn Smith
133
Nick James
135
Launch of a new weekly BAA webinar
Philip Jennings
136
Bill Barton & Mike Frost
137
Jeremy Shears
139
Jupiter in 2019 Part II: Juno
John Rogers
142
Observing notes for the 2020 apparition of Mars
Richard McKim
144
BAA Web Content Editor role
Callum Potter
144
Auroral & noctilucent cloud activity 2020 March I – April 30, and an update on STEVE
Sandra Brantingham
144
Postponement of Leeds Weekend Meeting
Alan Lorrain Hazel Collett
145
Finder telescopes
Peter Anderson
146
FROM THE JOURNAL ARCHIVE
John Chuter
147
Richard McKim
153
Eric Sussenbach & John Sussenbach
156
J. Christopher Taylor
168
Jonathan Shanklin
176
FROM THE BAA ARCHIVES
John Chuter
177
Letters
179
Saturn, by William Sheehan
Reviewed by Mike Foulkes
180
Andrew Smith
181
Spectra of two spring comets
David Boyd
182
Callum Potter
184
Jim Hysom (1933–2017): An appreciation
Nick James, Richard McKim, Martin Mobberley & Es Reid
186
John Rogers & Alan Dowdell
189
BAA Christmas Meeting, 2019 December 7
Alan Dowdell
192
Nick Hewitt
196
Live Webinars from the BAA