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The Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 2013 October

Volume 123, Number 5

Twenty years of aurora observations, the strange case of the disappearing nova, and the BAA dinners of the 1930s.

Contents

241
Front cover
242
Contents
243
Ken Kennedy
243
Notes and News
244
Bob Mizon
245
A bright new nova in Delphinus
Guy Hurst
245
RAG project tracks Milky Way hydrogen emission
Paul Hyde
246
Venus at high gibbous phase
Richard McKim
246
Solar Section update
Lyn Smith
249
Lorraine Crook
250
Bill Ward
251
Martin Mobberley
263
Martin J.F. Fowler
269
Ron Livesey & Jay Brausch
270
Jeremy Shears
280
Report of Council for the 2012-2013 session
292
Accounts for the year ending 2013 June 30
297
The BAA Council, 2012-2013
298
Mike Frost
300
Callum Potter
301
Paul Hyde
301
Observers' Forum
302
Spectroscopic observations of Nova Delphini 2013
David Boyd
302
2013 PJ10 - a bright fast-moving near-Earth object
Nick James
303
Alex Pratt & Richard Miles
304
Sky notes
Brian Mills
306
Notice Board