A PDF is provided of the bitmap scan of this document at the bottom of this page. The text of this document appears immediately below.
ANNOUNCEMENT #3. COMET AND NOVA SECTION ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY OF CANADA March 23, 1962 COMET SEKI-LINES [MAP] Comet Seki-Lines may be seen in the western sky during most of April. The comet may be visible in binoculars, but a small telescope will be required for good views. It will set between one and two hours after the sun. The above diagram was made from the following ephemeris: 1950.0 Date 0h. UT R.A. Decl. Mag. April 2 0:42.0 + 7°36' 1 6 1:42.2 17°11' 2 10 2:31.8 21°53' 4 14 3:14.4 24°40' 5 The true magnitude may be fainter 18 3:50.6 26°15' 6 than predicted. 22 4:21.2 27°04' 7 26 4:50? 27°? 8 There may be an error of about one degree. Please send reports of observations to the coordinator of the Comet and Nova Section. 411 Brixton Avenue Jim Low St. Lambert, P.Q. National Coordinator, Comet and Nova Section, R.A.S.C.