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C.S. Beals 19650522

C.S. Beals 19650522

Dr. C.S. Beals. Dominion Astronomer Ret'd 1964. RASC President 1951-52. Died 1979. Photo taken at Toronto on 1965 May 22. Photo by Norman Green.

Ruth Northcott 19640517

Ruth Northcott 19640517

Miss Ruth Northcott. Professor of Astronomy at University of Toronto. RASC President 1962-4. Editor of RASC publications. Died 1969 July 29. Photo taken at Ottawa on 1964 May 17. Photo by Norman Green.

Kenneth Wright 19640517

Kenneth Wright 19640517

Dr. Kenneth Wright. Director, Dominion Astrophysical Observatory (Victoria, BC). RASC President 1964-66. Photo taken at Ottawa on 1964 May 17. Photo by Norman Green.

Peter Millman 19640517

Peter Millman 19640517

Dr. Peter Millman. Director, Springhill Meteor Observatory. RASC President 1960-62. Died 1990 December 11. Photo taken at Ottawa on 1964 May 17. Photo by Norman Green.

J.F. Heard 19610504

J.F. Heard 19610504

Dr. J.F. Heard. Director of the David Dunlap Observatory (1951-65). RASC President 1953-54. Died 1976 October 5. Photo taken on 1961 May 4.  Photo by Norman Green.

Saskatchewan DST Proposal

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A Submission to the Government of Saskatchewan

Regarding Time Zoning in Saskatchewan

by

Earl R.V. Milton, M.Sc., Ph.D.

 

Year: 
1966
Pages: 
39

Letter to Levy

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All's Well That Ends Well

 

In 1967 the nineteen-year-old David Levy was an enthusiastic observer, and an observationally active member of the Montreal Centre, pursuing his life-long quest for comets, and an ever deeper familiarity with the night sky (activities which he knowledgably, imaginatively, and fruitfully pursues to this day).

Year: 
1967
Pages: 
2

Members 1968

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Members of

THE
ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY
OF CANADA

252 COLLEGE STREET - TORONTO 2B, ONTARIO

FOR USE OF MEMBERS ONLY

Permission for the use of this membership
list for other purposes must be obtained
from the National Office.

1968 August 1

Year: 
1968
Pages: 
63

Nova Delphini 1967

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Nova Delphini Chart

 

Nova Delphini, Discovered by Alcock 8 July 1967 5th Mag
 
R.A. 20h 40.0m Dec +18° 58' (1950)
 
Revised Mag's Sept 1 '67
 
Drawn by T. Dickinson Aug. 8
 
Chart is inverted for telescopic use
 
U Del - Variable Mag 5.6 - 7.5
 
Nova Del R.A. 20 h 40.0 m Dec. +18° 58' (1950)
 
Data Supplied by J.Low, Montreal Centre
 
Decimals Omitted in Star Magnitudes.
 
Year: 
1967
Pages: 
2

McLaughlin Planetarium

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McLaughlin Planetarium 1969

The McLaughlin Planetarium of the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada

The McLaughlin Planetarium opened to the public November 2, 1968. It took two years to build and cost $2,250,000. Among the largest and most modern planetariums in thw world, it was a gift to the Royal Ontario Museum for the people of Toronto and Ontario from R.S. McLaughlin of Oshawa, Ontario. Mr. McLaughlin, Chairman of the Board of General Motors of Canada, was a pioneer in the automobile industry.

Year: 
1969
Pages: 
4
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