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The Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 2017 April

Volume 127, Number 2

Amateurs observe a bright spot on Neptune, and BAA observations of Venus & Saturn. And how to see the 2017 solar eclipse from the British Isles! (but only just)...

Contents

65
Front cover
66
Contents
67
Notes and News
67
Jeremy Shears
67
Auroral activity, 2016 Dec 26 – 2017 Feb 26
Sandra Brantingham
68
Solar Section update
Lyn Smith
71
Richard McKim
72
From the Journal archive
John Chuter
73
The Radio Astronomy Group in 2016
John Cook
76
Paul G. Abel
78
Peter Macdonald
79
John Sussenbach, Willem Kivits & Marc Delcroix
82
Martin Mobberley
98
Nick White
101
Richard McKim
109
Geminids 2012 − 2015: multi-year meteor videography
Alex Pratt et al.
112
Ordinary Meeting & Christmas Lecture, 2016 December 10
Alan Dowdell
114
Observers' Forum
114
Callum Potter
115
Tim Haymes
116
Letters
118
UNIVERSAL: A guide to the cosmos, by Brian Cox & Jeff Forshaw
Reviewed by Kevin Kilburn
118
Reviewed by Stewart Moore
119
Reviewed by Janice McClean
120
Roy Panther (1926-2016)
Guy M. Hurst
121
A ‘Back to Basics’ workshop in South Yorkshire
Hazel McGee
124
Brian Mills
126
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