The Journal of the British Astronomical Association

Index to Volume 116 (2006)

Prepared by R. A. Marriott

The Subject Index references items under general headings; where a contribution covers two or more clearly defined subjects, each is separately referenced, but otherwise sub-headings within the same topic are not included. Publication reviews are indexed as such, but their subjects are not further cross-indexed. The Author Index details all named contributions, including talks at Ordinary Meetings, but not questions from the floor.

Abbreviations: ill.= illustration; news= in 'Notes and News' or 'BAA Update'; ltr.= letter to the Editor; rvw.= publication review; mtg.= meeting contribution

Pagination: (1) 1-56, (2) 57-108, (3) 109-160, (4) 161-220, (5) 221-288, (6) 289-348


Subject index
Announcements and BAA Notices
- Calling all new members! (news), 3
- From the President (news), 3, 59, 112, 163, 223, 291
- IDA Galileo Award presented to Bob Mizon (news), 291
- Lydia Brown Award: N.D. Hewitt (mtg.), 150
- Merlin Medal and Gift: M.D. Taylor (mtg.), 150
- Steavenson Award: J. Fletcher (mtg.), 150
- New members, 100, 327
- Report of the Council for the Session 2005 August 1 to 2006 July 31, 248
Asteroids
- Asteroid 2006 BZ8: a 'sword of Damocles' (news), 114
- Lightcurve photometry of spinning asteroids (mtg.), 153
- The lightcurve of (150) Nuwa, 200
- Two more UK near Earth asteroid discoveries (news), 45
Asteroids and Remote Planets Section
- New definitions for solar system bodies (news), 293
- The Asteroids and Remote Planets Section (news), 7
Aurora Section
- Notes and News, 6, 62, 116, 294
Aurorae
- Aurora 2004, 239
- Observing the aurora from the UK (ltr.), 10
- Poetry and the aurora (ltr.), 334
- Robert Burns and the aurora (ltrs.), 65, 272
Biography
- Andrew John Hollis, 1947-2005 (obit.), 48
- BAA instrument no.93, 299
- Centenaries for 2007, 323
- Harold Hill, 1920-2005 (obit.), 203
- John Louis Perdrix, 1926-2005 (obit.), 49
- Joy Griffiths (1942-2006) (news), 116
- Ronald N. Irving (ltr.), 334
- Ronald Nicholas Irving, 1915-2005 (obit.), 146
- The discovery of the correct birth date for the selenographer Thomas Gwyn Empy Elger, 76
- The late Ron Irving (ltr.), 208
- The Revd William Ludlam (1716-1788) and the Cockfield Tower Observatory, 119
Campaign for Dark Skies
- CfDS 2006: the 6th European Dark Skies Symposium (news), 328
- CfDS update (mtg.), 86
- Join CfDS at the Sixth European Dark-Skies Symposium (news), 145
- Newcastle and North Tyneside light the way (news), 5
Comets
- Comet 73P/Schwassman-Wachmann 3 this May (news), 60
- Comet prospects for 2007 (news), 296
- Comets observed by Stardust and Deep Impact (mtg.), 280
- Comets observed from Earth (mtg.), 281
Deep Sky Section
- Meeting of the Section, 2006 March 4, 325
Double stars
- Gamma Virginis this spring and summer (ltr.), 64
Earth
- The mean density of the Earth, 21, 149
Eclipses
- A new type of solar eclipse (ltr.), 333
- Annular solar eclipse, 2005 October 30 (ills.), 46
- October 3 annular eclipse observations (mtg.), 212
- Proliferation of local solar eclipses (ltr.), 10
- The best conditions for shadowbands? (ltr.), 332
- Total solar eclipse, 2006 March 29 (ills., news), 109, 111, 115
Exoplanets
- High-precision radial-velocity measurement with a small telescope: detection of the tau Botis exoplanet, 78
Galaxies
- From the deep sky: the Leo Triplet (news), 95
- M66 (ill.), 95
- M82, the 'starburst' galaxy (ill.), 161
- Observing the galaxies of the Local Group (news), 275
- Quasars, black holes and galaxy formation (mtg.), 84
Gamma-ray bursts
- Observations of GRB 060124 from Golden Hill Observatory (news), 96
Globular clusters
- Deep sky delights of Lyra (news), 205
- The Messier globular of Hercules (news), 144
History
- BAA instrument no.93, 299
- Centenaries for 2006 (ltr.), 9
- Centenaries for 2007, 323
- Opening of two 'Victorian' observatories (news), 147
- The Revd William Ludlam (ltr.), 208
- The Revd William Ludlam (1716-1788) and the Cockfield Tower Observatory, 119
- The Star of Bethlehem (mtg.), 337
Instruments and observatories
- A home-made Newtonian filter holder for planetary imaging, 93
- A rapid roll-out shelter for a dedicated Newtonian planetary instrument, 15
- A Ridley Grant put to good use (news), 339
- Analysis of Venus transit images obtained by long-distance plane mirror solar projection, 135
- BAA instrument no.1 (mtg.), 44
- BAA instrument no.93, 299
- High-precision radial-velocity measurement with a small telescope: detection of the tau Botis exoplanet, 78
- McClean star spectroscope: the mystery solved (ltr.), 206
- Opening of two 'Victorian' observatories (news), 147
- Performance of a fibre-optic coupled, high-resolution spectrograph with CCD camera recording of solar Ha and H absorption spectra, 309
- Planetary and lunar imaging with a webcam, 127
- The Hay Steavenson telescope (ltr.), 65
- The Revd William Ludlam (1716-1788) and the Cockfield Tower Observatory, 119
Jupiter
- A new red spot on Jupiter (ill.), 221
- Jupiter in 2006 (news), 226
- Jupiter observed from Earth (mtg.), 279
- Jupiter, Uranus and Neptune observed from Earth (mtg.), 279
- Longitudes of the central meridians of Jupiter and Saturn (news, ltr.), 273, 334
Light pollution
- Newcastle and North Tyneside light the way (news), 5
- The worsening curse of light pollution (ltr.), 10
Mars
- Bonneville and beyond: a year on Mars with the Spirit rover (mtg.), 87
- Dust in the Eye of Mars (ills.), 1, 6
- Mars and Venus observed from Earth (mtg.), 281
- Mars in 2005: First interim report (news), 6
- Mars in 2005: Second interim report (news), 117
- Mars observed by Mars Express (mtg.), 281
- Mars observed by Mars Odyssey and Mars Global Surveyor (mtg.), 278
- Mars observed by Spirit and Opportunity (mtg.), 281
- The opposition of Mars, 1997, 169
Meetings and Courses
- Annual General Meeting, 2005 October 26, 210
- CfDS 2006: the 6th European Dark Skies Symposium (news), 328
- Meeting on Asteroids and Comets in Europe: MACE 2006, 341
- Ordinary Meetings, 39, 84, 89, 150, 212, 335
- Out-of-London Meeting, Cambridge, 2005 September 2-4, 278
- Special General Meeting, 2005 March 30, 39
Mercury
- A discussion on the duration of central transits as seen from Earth, 72
- Mercury in colour: an observational challenge (news), 118
- Seeing Mercury (ltrs.), 271
- Webcam images of Mercury (news), 340
Mercury and Venus Section
- Ground-based support for the Venus Express mission (news), 60
Meteors
- Good prospects for the Geminids in December (news), 298
- Meteor outbursts (news), 61
- One last blast from the Leonids? (news), 223
- The Leonid meteor shower in 2000, 306
- The Perseid meteor shower in 2002, 196
Moon
- A digital camera image of the Triesnecker area, 144
- A sighting of mock moons (ltr.), 333
- Bright lunar features (ltr.), 64
- Lunar domes: a generic classification of the dome near Valentine located at 10.26E and 31.89N, 34
- The brightest feature on the Moon? (ltr.), 9
Neptune
- Jupiter, Uranus and Neptune observed from Earth (mtg.), 279
Noctilucent clouds
- Noctilucent clouds over Britain and Western Europe, 1998-2000, 133
Nova and supernovae
- Tom Boles bags the first supernova of 2006 (news), 7
- Tools for supernovae: discovery and follow up, 229
- CCD photometry and visual observations of V1663 Aquilae (Nova Aquilae 2005), 302
- V2363 Cygni: a 2006 nova in Cygnus (news), 273
Obituaries
- Andrew John Hollis, 1947-2005 (obit.), 48
- Harold Hill, 1920-2005 (obit.), 203
- John Louis Perdrix, 1926-2005 (obit.), 49
- Ronald Nicholas Irving, 1915-2005 (obit.), 146
Observation
- Planetary and lunar imaging with a webcam, 127
- Planetary observing has never been healthier (ltr.), 207
- Predicting astronomical seeing in the UK, 11
- The role of the visual observer (ltrs.), 331
- Where have all the observers gone? (ltrs.), 149, 206, 272
Open clusters
- A celestial Christmas tree (news), 339
- NGC 2264 (ill.), 289
Planetary nebulae
- Deep sky delights of Lyra (news), 205
- Observing the planetary nebula NGC 1514 (news), 8
Pluto
- Pluto finder chart in the 2006 Handbook (ltr.), 65
Radio Astronomy Group
- Meeting of the Group, 2005 October 8, 99
Reviews
- An Acre of Glass, J.B. Zirker, 148
- Comets II, M.C. Festou, U. Keller & A. Weaver (eds.), 148
- David Levy's Guide to Variable Stars, David H. Levy, 98
- Digital Astrophotography: the State of the Art, David Ratledge (ed.), 210
- Fundamentals of Solar Astronomy, A. Bhatnagar & W. Livingston, 276
- Giant Planets of Our Solar System: An Introduction, Patrick Irwin, 277
- Planetary Geology: An Introduction, Claudio Vita-Finzi, 47
- Revolutionaries of the Cosmos: the Astrophysicists, I.S. Glass, 98
- Saturn and How To Observe It, Julius L. Benton, 147
- Star Clusters and How To Observe Them, Mark Allison, 209
- The Amateur Astronomer, Patrick Moore, 276
- The Hatfield SCT Lunar Atlas, Jeremy Cook, 47
- The Martian Climate Revisited: Atmosphere and Environment of a Desert Planet, P.L. Read & S.R. Lewis, 97
- The Moon and How To Observe It, Peter Grego, 97
- The Sky at Einstein's Feet, William Keel, 209
Saturn
- From methane seas to sand seas: Titan's topography emerging from Cassini's radar imaging (news), 166
- Longitudes of the central meridians of Jupiter and Saturn (news, ltr.), 273, 334
- Saturn and its moons observed by Cassini (mtg.), 279
- Saturn observed from Earth (mtg.), 278
- Titan observed by Huygens (mtg.), 278
- Titan revealed: first results from the Huygens lander (mtg.), 40
Sky notes (mtgs., news), 42, 50, 87, 91, 102, 151, 154, 213, 214, 278, 282, 338, 342
Solar Section
- Notes and News, 4, 62, 112, 164, 224, 294
Spectroscopy
- McClean star spectroscope: the mystery solved (ltr.), 206
- Performance of a fibre-optic coupled, high-resolution spectrograph with CCD camera recording of solar Ha and H absorption spectra, 309
- The Zeeman effect observed with a specrohelioscope, 32
Sun
- Solar chromospheric darkenings around active areas, 19
Supernovae
- Tom Boles bags the first supernova of 2006 (news), 7
- Tools for supernovae: discovery and follow up, 229
Time
- It's about time (mtg.), 335
- Universal Time and UT1 (ltr.), 208
Uranus
- Jupiter, Uranus and Neptune observed from Earth (mtg.), 279
Variable Star Section
- Variable Star Section CCD target list (news), 45
Variable stars
- Brief outbursts in the dwarf nova V1316 Cygni, 244
- CCD photometry and visual observations of V1663 Aquilae (Nova Aquilae 2005), 302
- Measurement of the orbital and superhump periods of the eclipsing variable SDSS J170213.26+322954.1, 187
- Observations of the recently discovered dwarf nova IRXS J053234.9+624755, during the 2005 March outburst, 29
- Outbursts, orbits and oscillations (mtg.), 89
- The 2005-2007 OJ287 observing campaign (news), 163
- The OJ287 observing campaign hots up (news), 297
- V793 Cygni: an overlooked semiregular variable?, 25
Venus
- A discussion on the duration of central transits as seen from Earth, 72
- Analysis of Venus transit images obtained by long-distance plane mirror solar projection, 135
- Mars and Venus observed from Earth (mtg.), 281
- The visibility of the dark side of Venus, 1921-1953: a series of observations by M.B.B. Heath, 190
- Venus inferior conjunction, 2006 January 13 (ltr.), 149
- Venus western elongation 2006, and the Venus Express mission (news), 292
- Venus: eastern elongation 2005 (news), 168

Author index
Abbott J.
- The worsening curse of light pollution (ltr.), 10
A'Hearn D.
- Comets observed by Stardust and Deep Impact (mtg.), 280
Airey D.
- Analysis of Venus transit images obtained by long-distance plane mirror solar projection, 135
- Fundamentals of Solar Astronomy (rvw.), 276
- Performance of a fibre-optic coupled, high-resolution spectrograph with CCD camera recording of solar Ha and H absorption spectra, 309
Almaini O.
- Quasars, black holes and galaxy formation (mtg.), 84
Argyle R.W.
- Centenaries for 2006 (ltr.), 9
Armitage J.
- Opening of two 'Victorian' observatories (news), 147
Baum R.M.
- The visibility of the dark side of Venus, 1921-1953: a series of observations by M.B.B. Heath, 190
- & Strach E.H.
- - Harold Hill, 1920-2005 (obit.), 203
Beales M.
- Solar Section Notes and News, 4, 62, 112, 164
Beard D.
- A discussion on the duration of central transits as seen from Earth, 72
Boles T.
- An Acre of Glass (rvw), 148
- Tools for supernovae: discovery and follow up, 229
Bone N.M.
- Good prospects for the Geminids in December (news), 298
- Meteor outbursts (news), 61
- One last blast from the Leonids? (news), 223
- Sky notes, 50, 102, 154, 214, 282, 342
- The Leonid meteor shower in 2000, 306
- The Perseid meteor shower in 2002, 196
Boyd D.
- & Oksanen A. & Henden A.
- - Measurement of the orbital and superhump periods of the eclipsing variable SDSS J170213.26+322954.1, 187
- & Poyner G.
- - CCD photometry and visual observations of V1663 Aquilae (Nova Aquilae 2005), 302
- & Poyner G. & Shears J.
- - Brief outbursts in the dwarf nova V1316 Cygni, 244
Brown J.N.
- Where have all the observers gone? (ltr.), 272
Buda S.
- A new red spot on Jupiter (ill.), 221
Buus J.
- A new type of solar eclipse (ltr.), 333
Calderwood J.
- The best conditions for shadowbands? (ltr.), 332
- Total solar eclipse, 2006 March 29 (ill.), 115
Carson P.
- The Leo Triplet (ill.), 95
Catterall A.
- M66 (ill.), 95
Daniels D.
- A digital camera image of the Triesnecker area, 144
Dymock R.
- Lightcurve photometry of spinning asteroids (mtg.), 153
- Meeting on Asteroids and Comets in Europe: MACE 2006, 341
- New definitions for solar system bodies (news), 293
- The Asteroids and Remote Planets Section (news), 7
- Two more UK near Earth asteroid discoveries (news), 45
Ellis B.
- Ronald N. Irving (ltr.), 334
Ellison D.
- Bonneville and beyond: a year on Mars with the Spirit rover (mtg.), 87
- Comets observed by Stardust and Deep Impact (mtg.), 280
- Saturn and its moons observed by Cassini (mtg.), 279
Evans N.
- Annular solar eclipse, 2005 October 30 (ills.), 46
Farquharson J.
- Robert Burns and the aurora (ltr.), 65
Fattinnanzi C. et al.
- Lunar domes: a generic classification of the dome near Valentine located at 10.26E and 31.89N, 34
Felles J.
- Total solar eclipse, 2006 March 29 (ill.), 115
Ford D.
- Ordinary Meetings, 39, 89, 150, 212, 335
- Special General Meeting, 2005 March 30, 39
- Annual General Meeting, 2005 October 26, 210
Garfinkle R.A.
- Richard Baum and the Walter H. Haas Award (ltr.), 9
- The discovery of the correct birth date for the selenographer Thomas Gwyn Empy Elger, 76
Gavine D.
- 50th anniversary celebrations of Dundee Astronomical Society (news), 295
- Aurora Section Notes and News, 116, 294
- Noctilucent clouds over Britain and Western Europe, 1998-2000, 133
- The Revd William Ludlam (ltr.), 208
Ghorbal M.
- The Sky at Night goes south, 272
Go C.
- A new red spot on Jupiter (ill.), 221
Graham D.
- Saturn and How To Observe It (rvw.), 147
- Saturn observed from Earth (mtg.), 278
Greeley, R.
- Mars observed by Mars Odyssey and Mars Global Surveyor (mtg.), 278
Green S.
- Titan revealed: first results from the Huygens lander (mtg.), 40
Guscott E.
- Total solar eclipse, 2006 March 29 (ill.), 111
Heath A.W.
- Where have all the observers gone? (ltrs.), 149, 272
Henden A., Boyd D. & Oksanen A.
- Measurement of the orbital and superhump periods of the eclipsing variable SDSS J170213.26+322954.1, 187
Hetherington B.
- Centenaries for 2007, 323
Hewitt N.D.
- Star Clusters and How To Observe Them (rvw.), 209
Higgins L.F. & Veio F.N.
- The Zeeman effect observed with a specrohelioscope, 32
Holland K.
- Meeting of the Radio Astronomy Group, 2005 October 8, 99
Hooker C.
- Webcam images of Mercury (news), 340
Howarth J.J.
- V793 Cygni: an overlooked semiregular variable?, 25
Hughes D.W.
- The mean density of the Earth, 21, 149
Hurst G.M.
- V2363 Cygni: a 2006 nova in Cygnus (news), 273
Innis J., Kaye T.G. & Vanaverbeke, S.
- High-precision radial-velocity measurement with a small telescope: detection of the tau Botis exoplanet, 78
James N.D.
- Comet 73P/Schwassman-Wachmann 3 this May (news), 60
- Digital Astrophotography: the State of the Art (rvw.), 210
- First BAA observations using the Faulkes Telescope (news), 146
- October 3 annular eclipse observations (mtg.), 212
- Pluto finder chart in the 2006 Handbook (ltr.), 65
- The Moon and How To Observe It (rvw.), 97
- Total solar eclipse, 2006 March 29 (ill.), 115
Jenkins R.
- The mean density of the Earth (ltr.), 149
- The Star of Bethlehem (mtg.), 337
Kaye T.G., Vanaverbeke, S. & Innis J.
- High-precision radial-velocity measurement with a small telescope: detection of the tau Botis exoplanet, 78
Kinder A.J.
- Slides of recent comets and other phenomena (ltr.), 9
Kollerstrom N.
- Seeing Mercury (ltr.), 271
Kurtz D.
- It's about time (mtg.), 335
Lena R. et al.
- Lunar domes: a generic classification of the dome near Valentine located at 10.26E and 31.89N, 34
- A study of the T. Mayer B lunar highland dome, 266
Livesey R.J.
- Aurora Section Notes and News, 6, 62
- Observing the aurora from the UK (ltr.), 10
- Aurora 2004, 239
Lord C.J.R.
- Ronald Nicholas Irving, 1915-2005 (obit.), 146
Manning B.G.W.
- McClean star spectroscope: the mystery solved (ltr.), 206
Markham A.
- Where have all the observers gone? (ltr.), 272
Marriott R.A.
- BAA instrument no.1 (mtg.), 44
- BAA instrument no.93, 299
- Index to Journal, Vol.115, facing 28
Mason J.W.
- Total solar eclipse, 2006 March 29 (ill.), 115
Maycock C.H.
- Robert Burns and the aurora (ltr.), 272
McCalman L.
- The role of the visual observer (ltr.), 331
- Where have all the observers gone? (ltr.), 206
McElroy J.
- Annular solar eclipse, 2005 October 30 (ills.), 46
McGee H. W.
- Asteroid 2006 BZ8: a 'sword of Damocles' (news), 114
- Tom Boles bags the first supernova of 2006 (news), 7
- 'The eclipse with everything' (news, ill.), 111
McKim R.J.
- Ground-based support for the Venus Express mission (news), 60
- Mars in 2005: First interim report (news), 6
- Mars in 2005: Second interim report (news), 117
- Mercury in colour: an observational challenge (news), 118
- The brightest feature on the Moon? (ltr.), 9
- The Martian Climate Revisited: Atmosphere and Environment of a Desert Planet (rvw.), 97
- The opposition of Mars, 1997, 169
- Venus western elongation 2006, and the Venus Express mission (news), 292
- Venus: eastern elongation 2005 (news), 168
Meeus J.
- Proliferation of local solar eclipses (ltr.), 10
- Universal Time and UT1 (ltr.), 208
Miles H.
- A sighting of mock moons (ltr.), 333
Miles R.
- Andrew John Hollis, 1947-2005 (obit.), 48
- From the President (news), 3, 59, 112, 163, 223, 291
- IDA Galileo Award presented to Bob Mizon (news), 291
- Observations of GRB 060124 from Golden Hill Observatory (news), 96
Mizon R.
- CfDS 2006: the 6th European Dark Skies Symposium (news), 328
- Join CfDS at the Sixth European Dark-Skies Symposium (news), 145
- Joy Griffiths (1942-2006) (news), 116
- Newcastle and North Tyneside light the way (news), 5
Mobberley M.P.
- A home-made Newtonian filter holder for planetary imaging, 93
- A rapid roll-out shelter for a dedicated Newtonian planetary instrument, 15
- Planetary observing has never been healthier (ltr.), 207
- Sky notes (mtgs.), 42, 87, 91, 151, 278, 338
- The Revd William Ludlam (1716-1788) and the Cockfield Tower Observatory, 119
Moore S.L.
- A celestial Christmas tree (news), 339
- Deep sky delights of Lyra (news), 205
- From the deep sky: the Leo Triplet (news), 95
- Observing the galaxies of the Local Group (news), 275
- Observing the planetary nebula NGC 1514 (news), 8
- The autumn deep sky (mtg.), 213
- The Messier globular of Hercules (news), 144
- The role of the visual observer (ltr.), 331
Morgan-Taylor M.
- Calling all new members! (news), 3
- CfDS update (mtg.), 86
- Meeting of the Deep Sky Section, 2006 March 4, 325
- Planetary and lunar imaging with a webcam, 127
- The Amateur Astronomer (rvw.), 276
Mueller P.
- Mars observed by Mars Express (mtg.), 281
Norton A.
- Outbursts, orbits and oscillations (mtg.), 89
O'Brien R.
- The Sky at Einstein's Feet (rvw.), 209
Oksanen A., Boyd D. & Henden A.
- Measurement of the orbital and superhump periods of the eclipsing variable SDSS J170213.26+322954.1, 187
Orchiston W.
- John Louis Perdrix, 1926-2005 (obit.), 49
Paterson R.
- The Hay Steavenson telescope (ltr.), 65
Pau K.C. et al.
- Lunar domes: a generic classification of the dome near Valentine located at 10.26E and 31.89N, 34
Peach D.
- A new red spot on Jupiter (ill.), 221
- Dust in the Eye of Mars (ills.), 1, 6
- Predicting astronomical seeing in the UK, 11
- The Sky at Night goes south, 57
Pellier C.
- Mars and Venus observed from Earth (mtg.), 281
Phillips J. et al.
- Lunar domes: a generic classification of the dome near Valentine located at 10.26E and 31.89N, 34
- A study of the T. Mayer B lunar highland dome, 266
Pickard R.D.
- The Variable Star Section CCD target list (news), 45
Porco C.C.
- Saturn and its moons observed by Cassini (mtg.), 279
Poyner G.
- The 2005-2007 OJ287 observing campaign (news), 163
- The OJ287 observing campaign hots up (news), 297
- & Boyd D.
- - CCD photometry and visual observations of V1663 Aquilae (Nova Aquilae 2005), 302
- & Boyd D. & Shears J.
- - Brief outbursts in the dwarf nova V1316 Cygni, 244
- & Shears J.
- - Observations of the recently discovered dwarf nova IRXS J053234.9+624755, during the 2005 March outburst, 29
Puttick N.
- Total solar eclipse, 2006 March 29 (ill.), 115
Rickard K.
- Annular solar eclipse, 2005 October 30 (ills.), 46
Rogers G.
- NGC 2264 (ill.), 289
Rogers J.H.
- From methane seas to sand seas: Titan's topography emerging from Cassini's radar imaging (news), 166
- Giant Planets of Our Solar System: An Introduction (rvw), 277
- Jupiter in 2006 (news), 226
- Jupiter observed from Earth (mtg.), 279
- Longitudes of the central meridians of Jupiter and Saturn (ltr.), 334
- Out-of-London Meeting, Cambridge, 2005 September 2-4, 278
Rothery D.
- Planetary Geology: An Introduction (rvw.), 47
Schmude R.
- Jupiter, Uranus and Neptune observed from Earth (mtg.), 279
Shanklin J.D.
- A Ridley Grant put to good use (news), 339
- Comet prospects for 2007 (news), 296
- Comets II (rvw), 148
- Comets observed from Earth (mtg.), 281
Shears J.
- & Poyner G.
- - Observations of the recently discovered dwarf nova IRXS J053234.9+624755, during the 2005 March outburst, 29
- & Boyd D. & Poyner G.
- - Brief outbursts in the dwarf nova V1316 Cygni, 244
Sherrod R.
- Dust in the Eye of Mars (ills.), 1, 6
Simpson J.
- David Levy's Guide to Variable Stars (rvw.), 98
Smale B.
- A planetary classification scheme (ltr.), 331
Smith L.
- Solar Section Notes and News, 224, 294
Squyres S.
- Mars observed by Spirit and Opportunity (mtg.), 281
Strach E.H.
- Solar chromospheric darkenings around active areas, 19
- & Baum R.M.
- - Harold Hill, 1920-2005 (obit.), 203
Taylor C.
- Gamma Virginis this spring and summer (ltr.), 64
Taylor G.E.
- Longitudes of the central meridians of Jupiter and Saturn (news), 273
Vanaverbeke, S., Innis J. & Kaye T.G.
- High-precision radial-velocity measurement with a small telescope: detection of the tau Botis exoplanet, 78
Veio F.N. & Higgins L.F.
- The Zeeman effect observed with a specrohelioscope, 32
Vetterlein J.C.
- Bright lunar features (ltr.), 64
- Milky Way (ill.), 282
- Seeing Mercury (ltr.), 271
- The late Ron Irving (ltr.), 208
- Venus inferior conjunction, 2006 January 13 (ltr.), 149
Viegas R. et al.
- A study of the T. Mayer B lunar highland dome, 266
Vincent F.
- The lightcurve of (150) Nuwa, 200
Wells A.
- The Hatfield SCT Lunar Atlas (rvw.), 47
Williams S.
- Annular solar eclipse, 2005 October 30 (ills.), 46
- Revolutionaries of the Cosmos: the Astrophysicists (rvw.), 98
- Total solar eclipse, 2006 March 29 (ill.), 115
Williamson W.J.
- Poetry and the aurora (ltr.), 334
Winpenny M.
- Total solar eclipse, 2006 March 29 (ill.), 109
Whler C. et al.
- Lunar domes: a generic classification of the dome near Valentine located at 10.26E and 31.89N, 34
- A study of the T. Mayer B lunar highland dome, 266
Zarnecki J.
- Titan observed by Huygens (mtg.), 278


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