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GA Guide 2008

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2008
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36

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.
 
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1967
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2

DDO Program 1974

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1974
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1
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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
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4

Meeting 1938 Feb 8

Meeting 1938 Feb 8

A meeting of the Toronto Centre on 1938 February 8.  Report in JRASC.

Note from Don A. MacRae (1998):

Now for the glass slide:

Astronomy Week Toronto 1992

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Astronomy Week in Toronto

 

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1992
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2

Miller Observatory

Miller Observatory

Miller Observatory

Mr. A.F. Miller's observatory in Toronto.

This photo was published in the RASC Selected Papers and Proceedings, 1902-03.

Kuiper Public Lecture at AAS Toronto Meeting 1959

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Invitation to Toronto Kuiper Public Lecture 1959

At the invitation of Dr. John F. Heard, Director of the David Dunlap Observatory, the 103rd Meeting of the American Astronomical Society (AAS) was held at the University of Toronto, August 30th - September 3rd, 1959. The AAS had not met in Toronto since 1935, the year the Dunlap Observatory was completed. The meeting was the biggest in the AAS's history being attended by approximately two hundred astronomers together with their families and guests.

Year: 
1959
Pages: 
1
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