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GA 1993 #6

GA 1993 #6

Frank Shepley (Windsor), Jack Newton (Victoria) at the GA.

GA 1993 #3

GA 1993 #3

Voting at the annual meeting.

Front row: Walter MacDonald (l), Leo Enright (r).  Next row back: Jack Newton, Ruth Lewis, Damien Lemay.

Comet Meier 1978f #2

Comet Meier 1978f #2

Photo of Comet Meier (1978f) taken May 10.78 by Jack Newton of the Toronto Centre using his 32-cm (12½")
f/4.6 reflector and a 20-minute exposure on 103aF film. A short tail nine minutes long is just visible.

This photo was published in the National Newsletter, June 1978, page L33.

Supernova Wild in NGC 4490

Supernova Wild in NGC 4490

Supernova Wild in NGC 4490, photographed by Jack Newton of Victoria Centre. This prediscovery
photograph (by 17 days, on March 29.24) was taken through Mr. Newton’s 40 cm f/5 reflector on Ektachrome 400, and shows the magnitude 14.8 supernova immediately to the right of the galaxy’s nucleus on the evening of 29 March
1982.

This photo appeared on the cover of the August 1982 National Newsletter.

Sand, Silver, and Stars

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Sand, Silver, and Stars
Scenario and script by B. Franklyn Shinn
Winnipeg, March, 1974.

TITLES:
Sand, Silver & Stars
How he made his observatory
Produced by B.F. Shinn
With Jack Newton's telescope.
Animation & artwork by Edward Barker.
Year: 
1974
Pages: 
14
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