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Venus 196102112130

Venus 196102112130

Venus on 1961 February 11/12 at 16:30 + 10m EST (21:30 UT) as sketched by Jim Low. 4" reflector at 167x. Seeing 4/10. Transparency 4/5. Venus was found with the naked eye while the sun was about 8° above the horizon—and is an easy naked eye object by day.

Venus 196102052310

Venus 196102052310

Venus on 1961 February 5/6 at 18:10 +10m EST (23:10 UT) as sketched by Jim Low. 4" reflector at 167x. Seeing 4/10. Transparency 4/5.

Venus 196101162140

Venus 196101162140

Venus on 1961 January 16/17 at 16:40 +11m EST (21:40 UT) as sketched by Jim Low. 4" reflector at 167x. Seeing 4. Transparency 4. Phase only a little over half full.

Venus 196101142007

Venus 196101142007

Venus on 1961 January 14/15 at 15:07 +17m EST (20:07 UT) as sketched by Jim Low. 4" reflector at 167x. Seeing 5. Transparency 4+. This is a daylight observation, Venus being visible with the naked eye. Although seeing was good, the markings on Venus were difficult, and there was very little contrast.

Venus 196012242150

Venus 196012242150

Venus on 1960 December 24/25 at 16:50 +10m EST (21:50 UT) as sketched by Jim Low. 4" reflector at 167x. Seeing 3. Transparency 3.

Venus 196012171840

Venus 196012171840

Venus on 1960 December 17 at 13:40 + 10m EST (18:40 UT) as sketched by Jim Low. 6" refractor at 150x. Seeing 3. Transparency 3.

Mars 196012040444

Mars 196012040444

Mars on 1960 December 3/4 at 23:44 + 10m EST (04:44 UT) as sketched by Jim Low. C.M. 215°. 6" refractor at 220x. Seeing 4. Transparency 3.

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                                                                 411 Brixton Avenue,
                                                                 St. Lambert, P. Q.

                                                                 November 15, 1961









     As you may know, the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada is start-
ing a national observation programme in an effort to bring the different
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611115
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Bulletin
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Bulletin No. 1
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Bulletins/Forms
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            THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY OF CANADA

                 COMET AND NOVA SECTION

May 5, 1962.

PROGRESS REPORT to the General Assembly of the Royal Astronomical
Society of Canada, held in Edmonton, Alberta on May 18-19, 1962.

        To date, I have sent out two bulletins and three announcements
to all Centres of the Society.  To date, I have received replies from
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Report
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Progress report to the 1962 GA
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National Reports
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