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Bulletin Index 1991-96

Index to the Bulletin 1991-1996

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z

1

1993 National Calendar, 1992-D2
1995 RASC Observer’s Calendar, Rajiv Gupta, 1994-O2.

A

A Brief Tour of the Dominion Radio Astrophysical Observatory, Tim Novak, 1992-O4.
A Canadians Pre-War Comet, Philip Mozel, 1991-F7.
A Call for More Scientific Truth in Product Warning Labels, Susan Hewitt and Edward Subitzky, 1991-O1.
A Clock Out of Time, Nat Cohen, 1996-F4.
A Cure for Mosquitos!, Bill Broderick, 1992-J8.
A Factor of Two, Dr. Jan (John) Bron, 1996-J3.
A Message from the President, Doug Hube, 1995-AC inside front cover.
A Message from the Publications Revitalization Committee, David Lane, 1995-AC inside front cover.
A New Publication for the RASC, David Lane, 1994-Au6.
A New Society Logo, Patrick Kelly, 1994-Au8.
A Plan for the Improvement of English Spelling, Mark Twain, 1993-Au12.
A Planetary Periodic Table, Dr. C. Muses, 1995-F6.
A Polar Expedition of a Different Kind, Russ Sampson, 1994-J4.
A Pulsar’s Perplexing Penodic Pulses, Zdenko A. Saroch, 1992-Ap7.
A Research Proposal, Richard Wagner, 1992-J1.
A Saskatchewan Name in the Skies, Richard D. Vanderberg, 1991-Au8.
A Stellar Wind Breezes into Nova Scotia Schools, Mary Lou Whitehorne, 1994-D5.
A Successful Messier Marathon, Paul Markov, 1992-O6.
About Sky News, 1993-Au10.
Across the R.A.S.C.:
- Edmonton, 1991-Ap8, 1992-Ap7, 1992-J8, 1993-F5;
- Halifax, 1991-Au2;
- Hamilton, 1991-Ap8;
- Kingston, 1992-Au4;
- London, 1991-J6, 1994-J5;
- Regina, 1993-O2;
- Sarnia, 1992-F7;
- Toronto, 1994-F4, 1995-F3.
- Vancouver, 1991-Ap8, 1991-J6, 1991-O2, 1992-Ap8, 1992-F7;
- Victoria, 1991-J6, 1992-Ap7, 1993-F5;
- Windsor, 1991-J6, 1992-Ap7, 1993-O2.
Ad Astra:
- Astronomy Expeditions, 1992-D2;
- Eclipse '91 Video, 1992-J2;
- Free Brochure, 1992-O2.
Adams, Henry; quote, 1993-J5.
Advertisements:
- Ceravolo Optical Systems, 1995-AC back cover;
- Focus Scientific, 1995-AC32;
- Jim Kendrick Studio, 1995-AC36;
- Nova Astronomics, 1995-AC30:
- Perceptor, 1995-AC24.
- Astro Ads, 1995-J3.
- Astro Ads, 1996-J2.
- Athabasca University, 1996-Ap2.
Advertising Rates, 1993-F3.
Ah, the Amateur Enjoys, Alister Ling, 1991-F1.
Albéric Boivin 1919-1991, 1992-Ap3.
Alberta Star Party 1991, Glen Hawley, 1991-D3.
Alberta Star Party: Wet But Wonderful, Alister Ling, 1994-D6.
Amateurs Needed to Observe Nothing!, Doug Pitcairn, 1991-J4.
An Amateur at the IAU General Assembly, Mary Lou Whitehorne, 1994-O1.
An Astronomers Christmas, Bill Broderick, 1993-D10.
An Encounter With Totality, Bruce W. Shier, 1991-O4.
An Invitation to Everyone!, 1995-F3.
An Ocean of Stars, Jeremy Tatum, 1993-Au5.
Annual Report Update, 1994-Au2, 1996-J2.
Another Step Towards a New Planetarium in Nova Scotia, Mary Lou Whitehorne, 1993-Au11.
Another Successful Messier Marathon, Paul Markov, 1996-J4.
Armchair Astronomers Heaven, Jim Low, 1994-Au1.
Armstrong, Dale;
- Starfest '92, 1992-D6.
- Starfest '93-The CCD Arrives, 1993-D8.
Asimov, Isaac; quote, 1992-F8, 1992-J8.
Astronomical Amalgamation, Patrick Kelly, 1996-O/D5.
Astronomie le long du Saint-Laurent, Marc A. Gélinas, 1991-J8.
Astronomy and the Four R's, Scott Young, 1992-F1.
Astronomy at Saint Mary’s, Dr. Gary Welsh, 1995-AC7.
Astronomy Day in Montréal, Mario Caluori, 1991-F3.
Astronomy Day in Montréal, Mario Caluori, 1991-Au7.
Astronomy Day in Six Cities, Steve Dodson, 1991-Au3.
Astronomy Day Reports:
- Kingston, 1992-Au3;
- Montreal, 1992-Au3;
- Saskatoon, 1992-Au7;
- Toronto, 1992-Au3.
Astronomy Week in Kingston, Bill Broderick, 1993-Au5.
Astronomy Week 1994, Sandy Ferguson, 1994-F3.
Astronomy Week 1995, Sandra Ferguson, 1995-F3.
Astronomy Week, 1996, 1996-F3.
Astronomy Workshop 1991, Dave Clyburn, 1991-F6.
Astrophotography-Field Rotation, Rajiv Gupta, 1994-O4.
Astro-tip Turn Your Telrad into a Finder, Bill Broderick, 1994-D5.
Attas, Michael; The Many-Bodied Problem, 1992-Au5.
Aubrey, John; quote, 1995-O2.
Auclair, Raymond; Society Objectives, 1995-D1.
Aurora and the Power System, Joe Yurchesyn, 1991-D1
Awards of the R.A.S.C. 1991-1992, 1992-F3.
Awards of the R.A.S.C. 1992-1993, 1992-D7.

B

Babbage, Charles;
- quote, 1993-Au5.
- quote, 1994-D6.
Bacon, Francis; quote, 1992-Au8.
Bacon, Roger; quote, 1993-Ap36.
Baker, Derek;
- Charting a Course for the Society’s Future-I 1992-D1.
- Charting a Course for the Society’s Future-II, 1993-F1.
- Charting a Course for the Society’s Future-III, 1993-J1.
- Charting a Course for the Society’s Future-IV, 1993-Au1.
Baldock, Chris; Letter to the Editor, 1993-D3.
Baltimore, David; quote, 1994-O8.
Batten, Alan;
- Letter to the Editor, 1993-J2.
- Letter to the Editor, 1994-J2.
Baum, Richard; Suspected Brightening in the Venus North Polar Cloud, 1992-Ap4.
Belittling Keck, Germaine Dionne, 1995-F4.
Belleru, Sergei, Letter to the Editor, 1991-Ap2.
Beregovoi, Gerogi; quote, 1996-F7.
Bernstein, Louie;
- What is Heaven? A Personal Perspective, 1991-Au1.
- The Eyes Have It, 1992-J1.
- Is the Universe Conscious?, 1993-F1.
Berrys, Heinz; Letter to the Editor, 1994-F2.
Bhalerao, Sudhakar; Letter to the Editor, 1992-Ap2.
Bicycles, Bubble Gum and Astronomy, Alister Ling, 1993-J5.
Biggs, Stephen; Letter to the Editor, 1994-Au2.
Binary Star Observer’s Group Formed, Ronald C. Tanguay, 1991-F8.
Bishop, Roy, Letter to the Editor, 1993-F3.
BOG-Calendar Correction, 1993-D3.
Boltwood, Paul;
- Focus: Canadian Observatories, 1995-AC25.
- Letter to the Editor, 1996-J2.
Book Review(s):
- The Backyard Astronomer’s Guide, Doug Pitcairn, 1992-F5.
- The Hubble Wars by Eric J. Chaisson, Dan Collier, 1995-O5.
- Clifford J. Cunningham, 1995-AC35.
Bratton, Mark;
- Observing Spiral Structure in Galaxies, 1996-0/07;
- Sketching Globular Star Clusters, 1996-J5.
Brazell, Owen; Letter to the Editor, 1993-D2.
Breckenridge, Catherine, Letter to the Editor, 1991-Ap2.
Brillat-Savarin, Anthelme; quote, 1994-J7.
Brilliant Bolide Blazes Over Beclouded Startest, Dave McCarter, 1995-O4.
Broderick, Bill;
- A Cure for Mosquitos!, 1992-J8.
- An Astronomer’s Christmas, 1993-D10.
- Astronomy Week in Kingston, 1993-Au5.
- Astro-tip: Turn Your Telrad into a Finder, 1994-D5.
- Kingston Centre Hosts a Real Blast!, 1991-Au7.
- Lightwaves: Why Be Concerned About Light Pollution, 1995-J6.
- Lightwaves: Good Lighting/Bad Lighting: What is the Difference?, 1995-O8;
- Lightwaves: Putting Our Own House in Order, 1995-D6;
- Lightwaves: Getting Started as a Light Pollution Activist, 1996-F6;
- Lightwaves: Light Pollution Questions and Answers, 1996-J6;
- Lightwaves: Petitions on Light Pollution, 1996-O/D8.
- Outreach Programs for Centres, 1992-D4.
Bron, Dr. Jan (John); A Factor of Two, 1996-J3.
Brooks, Diane; The Astronomy of Native Americans, 1995-D5.
Brooks, Randall; Letter to the Editor, 1996-O/D2.
Broughton, Peter;
- Friends of the Society, 1992-Au5.
- Letter to the Editor, 1993-F2.
- Helen Sawyer Hogg Distinguished Visitorship, 1993-Au8.
- Nominations for Treasurer, 1995-F2.
Brown, Chris;
- Off the Deep End: Two Amateurs Try the Real Thing, 1991-Ap4.
- Can We Afford Space, 1994-J1.
- Star Charts Suitable for CCD Cameras, 1995-J4.
Brown, Peter;
- Meteors: Why Not?, 1991-Au5.
- Perseids 1993—Shower or Storm?, 1993-J3.
Brownlee, Donald; quote, 1993-O2.
Burger, Uros; Letter to the Editor, 1994-J2.
Burke’s Blunders, Dan Collier. 1995-J8.

C

Calgary Eclipse Trip, Don Hladiuk, 1994-F3.
Calling All RASCals!, Glen Hawley and Mel Head, 1991-08.
Caluori, Mario,
- Astronomy Day in Montréal, 1991-F3.
- Astronomy Day in Montréal, 1991-Au7.
- Letter to the Editor, 1991-F2.
Can We Afford Space, Chris Brown, 1994-J1.
Canada-Sweden Space Probe to Launch in '97, Canadian Space Agency, 1996-F2.
Canada’s First Supernova, Dr. Gary Welsh, 1995-AC2.
Canadian Astronomer in Disgrace, Walter MacDonald, 1992-Ap5.
Canadian Astronomical History: 1991-1994, Professor Ed Kennedy, 1995-O12.
Can the Disk of Jupiter Be Glimpsed With the Naked Eye?, Roland G. Dechesne, 1991-Ap7.
Canadian Space Agency; Canada-Sweden Space Probe to Launch in '97, 1996-F2.
Canadian "Starfest" Comes of Age, Cathy Cresswell, 1991-D6.
Cannon, Walter B.; quote, 1995-O12.
Carlyle, Thomas; quote, 1995-F4.
Casagrande, Eric W.; Letter to the Editor, 1992-F2.
Chou, B. Ralph; Letter to the Editor, 1992-Au2.
Chalmers, Thomas;
- quote, 1994-O6.
- quote, 1996-F8.
Chapman, David;
- The Journal - Who Needs It?, 1992-Ap6.
- The 1993 Perseid "Sprinkle", 1993-O4.
- The New, Improved Simon Newcomb Award, 1994-D3.
- The S’s in SL9, 1994-J6.
Charitable Donations, Doug Hube, 1993-D11.
Charting a Course for the Society’s Future-I, Derek Baker, 1992-D1.
Charting a Course for the Society’s Future-II, Derek Baker, 1993-F1.
Charting a Course for the Society’s Future-III, Derek Baker, 1993-J1.
Charting a Course for the Society's Future-IV, Derek Baker, 1993-Au1.
Chartrand, Mark; Twas the Night Before Christmas, 1994-O8.
Chaytor, Diane; Letter to the Editor, 1993-Au2.
Chinese New Year 4694, Henry Lee, 1996-O/D6.
Chong, Ricardo; Heavenly Harkenings, 1992-O5.
Cintra, Dr. João Baptista; Letter to the Editor, 1995-D2.
Cohen, Nat;
- A Clock Out of Time, 1996-F4;
- Letter to the Editor, 1996-O/D2.
Collier, Dan;
- Burke’s Blunders, 1995-J8;
- Book Review: The Hubble Wars by Eric J. Chaisson, 1995-O5.
- Got Some Time on Your Julian Hands?, 1996-J7.
Copernicus, Nicholas; quote, 1996-F2.
Clausius, Rudolf; quote, erroneously attributed to Newton, 1994-F4.
Clyburn, Dave,
- Astronomy Workshop 1991, 1991-F6.
- Mount Kobau '91, 1991-D3.
- Kobau '94: Fire on the Mountain, 1994-D7.
Come to Calgary, 1992-F5.
Common Problems, Common Solutions, Carl T. Milazzo, 1993-O7.
Composite Eclipse Photo, Ian Grant, 1994-O5.
Connelly, John; Land of the Midnight Venus, 1996-O/D4.
Construction Begins on Halifax Observatory, 1996-J8.
Contact by Carl Sagan: A Book Review, Peter Jedicke, 1993-Au8.
Copernicus, Nicholas;
- quote, 1993-Ap36.
- quote, 1994-O4.
Correction, 1995-J8.
Council Highlights, 1992-Au5.
Council Highlights, Walter MacDonald, 1994-Ap2.
Cousineau, Catherine; Letter to the Editor, 1992-F8.
Cresswell, Cathy, Canadian "Starfest" Comes of Age, 1991-D6.
Crick, Francis, quote, 1993-Au5.
Cunningham, Clifford J.; Book Reviews, 1995-AC35.
Cuvier, Georges; quote, 1995-F1.

D

Daly, Michael;
- E-mail Communication within the R.A.S.C., 1992-J3.
- More Thoughts on "Thoughts on the JRASC", 1992-Au4.
Darwin, Charles;
- quote, 1993-Au8.
- quote, 1994-Ap28.
Davie, Kathie, Ways to Increase Disabled Participation, 1991-F4.
Davie, Wayne, Ways to Increase Disabled Participation, 1991-F4.
de Torcat, Mary; Letter to the Editor, 1994-O2.
Dechesne, Roland G. Can the Disk of Jupiter Be Glimpsed With the Naked Eye?, 1991-Ap7.
Dewolfe, Darryl; Letter to the Editor, 1993-O2.
Dionne, Germaine; Belittling Keck, 1995-F4.
Discovery of an Observing Site, Dennis Ryan, 1991-J6.
Dixon, Grant; The 1992 G.A., 1992-O1.
Dodson, Steve, Astronomy Day in Six Cities, 1991-Au3.
Donation Form, 1993-D11.
Drew, Bob; The 1995 Mount Kobau Star Party, 1995-O9.
Dryden, John; quote, 1996-O/D12.
Duff, Bob; The Backyard Universe of J. J. Wadsworth, 1992-J6.
Dyer, Alan, Letter to the Editor, 1991-Au2.

E

E-mail Communication Within the R.A.S.C., Michael Daly, 1992-J3.
Eclipse Cartoon, Thomas Hu, 1996-F7.
Eclipse Chasing Without the Chase... Sort of, Steve Edberg, 1992-J4.
Eclipse Damage: A Burning Issue, Alister Ling, 1995-F8.
Edberg, Steve; Eclipse Chasing Withoutthe Chase... Sort of, 1992-J4.
Eddington, Sir Arthur Stanley; quote, 1993-O2.
Edison, Thomas; quote, 1996-O/D11.
Einstein, Albert;
- quote, 1992-Ap8.
- quote, 1993-Au4.
- quote, 1994-Ap28.
Emerson, Ralph Waldo; quote, 1994-J7.
Endangered Asteroids, Jeremy Tatum, 1994-O6.
Enright, Leo;
- New Society Publication Launched, 1992-F1.
- Reflections: The Caldwell Catalogue: Why All the Hype?, 1996-O/D1.
Errata—Successful Messier Marathon, 1993-F3.
Escadrille exceptionnelle de météores, Gaetan Morissette, 1991-J8.
Evans, Rev. Robert; The Visual Discovery of Supernova 19931, 1993-Au3.
Event Horizon:
- 1992-F2, 1992-Ap2, 1992-J2, 1992-Au2, 1992-D2.
- 1993-F3, 1993-J2, 1993-Au2.
- 1994-Au2.
- Alberta Star Party, 1995-J3;
- Congress on “Amateur Astronomy Today”, 1995-D2;
- New Trends in Astronomy Education, 1995-D2.
- Congress on “Amateur Astronomy Today”, 1996-F2;
- New Trends in Astronomy Education, 1996-F2.

F

f-Values, Jeremy Tatum, 1995-O6.
Falk, Dan, The R.A.S.C, Eclipse Expedition, 1991-O4.
Fitzgerald, D.J., Letter to the Editor, 1991-F2.
Ferguson, Sandra;
- Astronomy Week 1995, 1995-F3;
- National Astronomy Day 1995, 1995-J7.
Ferguson, Sandy; Astronomy Week 1994, 1994-F3.
Focus: Canadian Observatories, Paul Boltwood, 1995-AC25.
Forward, Robert L.; quote, 1995-D4.
Found Poem, Jannen Werner-King, 1994-O8.
Fraknoi, Andrew; Letter to the Editor, 1993-Au2;
Freeman, Rosemary, 1996-Au2.
Friends of the Society, Peter Broughton, 1992-Au5.

G

Gada, Andreas; Letter to the Editor, 1992-Au2. Galilei, Galileo; quote, 1994-F3.
- quote, 1994-Ap33.
- quote, 1994-O8.
Galileo on Stage, 1996-J2.
Gauss, Karl Frederick; quote, 1995-O7.
Gélinas, Marc A.,
- Astronomie le long du Saint-Laurent, 1991-J8.
- La dichotomie de Venus en 1989-1990. 1991-Ap6 (erratum, 1991-J8).
- La nuit du grand OVNI de Montréal, 1991-F4.
- Le mauvais oeil de l’éclipse du 10 mai, 1994-Au4.
- L’Astronomie en couleur, 1991-Au6.
- L’astronomie sur une étoffe, 1992-F4.
- Montréal 350e, la SAM y était, 1992-O5.
General Assembly 1996 June 27-July 1 Edmonton, Alberta, 1996-F3.
Gibbons, Clive;
- Letter to the Editor, 1991-J2.
- Seeing The Light, 1991-J1.
George, Doug;
- The Journal Controversy, 1992-Ap6.
- Letter to the Editor, 1993-D3.
Gibbons, Clive;
- Letter to the Editor, 1993-Au2.
- The Joys(?) of Astrophotography, 1993-F7.
- Obituary-Peter Moor 1995-D7
Glegg, Gordon L.; quote, 1994-D5.
Gluckman, Max; quote, 1994-Au7.
Got Some Time on Your Julian Hands?, Dan Collier, 1996-J7.
Gracias, Merci, Danke Schon and Thanks!, Mary Lou Whitehorne, 1993-Au4.
Grant, Ian; Composite Eclipse Photo, 1994-O5.
Grant Money Available, 1994-Au4.
Gregory of Tours;
- quote, 1993-O5.
- quote, 1994-O6.
Grosseteste; quote, 1995-D6.
Group Photo from the Calgary G.A., 1992-Au5.
Gupta, Rajiv;
- Not Just Another Pretty Calendar, 1993-Au9.
- Hypered Film for Astrophotography, 1993-O3.
- Astrophotography-Field Rotation, 1994-O4.
- The Digital Darkroom, 1994-D1.
- 1995 RASC Observer's Calendar, 1994-O2.

H

Haasdyk, Ulrich, Trip to Totality: One Person’s Experience, 1991-O6.
Hall, Cathy;
- National Council Update, 1994-D4.
- National Council Update, 1995-F5.
Halley, Edmond; quote, 1996-Au5.
Halley’s Comet Time Capsule Sealed, Patrick Kelly, 1991-Au6.
Halliday, Ian, Peter MacKenzie Millman, 1906-1990, 1991-Ap3.
Harrington, Mary Anne;
- The September 28th Council Meeting, 1992-F3.
- Toronto’s Planetarium to Close, 1995-O3.
Hawley, Glen,
- Calling All RASCals!, 1991-O8.
- Alberta Star Party 1991, 1991-D3.
- Preamble to the Membership Survey, 1992-Ap1.
Head, Mel,
- Calling All RASCals!, 1991-O8.
- Thanks from Calgary, 1992-Au5.
Heard Has Been Seen, Jeremy Tatum, 1995-O7.
Heavenly Harkenings, Ricardo Chong, 1992-O5.
Helen Sawyer Hogg Distinguished Visitorship, Peter Broughton, 1993-Au9.
Help Share the Fun, 1993-J2.
Herschel, Sir John; quote, 1996-Ap2.
Herschel, Sir William; quote, 1995-Ap20.
Hertz, Heinrich Rudolf; quote, 1992-Ap2.
Hewitt, Susan, A Call for More Scientific Truth in Product Warning Labels, 1991-O1.
Hicks, John; Letter to the Editor, 1995-J2.
Historical & Modern Total Solar Eclipses, J. E. Kennedy, 1992-Ap4.
Hladiuk, Don; Calgary Eclipse Trip, 1994-F3.
How Astronomers Captured an Asteroid, John Howell, 1991-Au4.
How I Discovered Astronomy, Bert Huneault, 1994-Au4.
Howell, John;
- How Astronomers Captured an Asteroid, 1991-Au4.
- The 1993 Alberta Star Party, 1993-D9.
Hu, Thomas; cartoon, 1996-F7.
Hube, Douglas;
- The Journal and the Financial State of the Society, 1992-F6.
- Charitable Donations, 1993-D11.
- The October 1993 Council Meeting, 1993-O6.
- Letter to the Editor, 1994-F2.
- A Message from the President, AC inside front cover;
- Letter trom the National President. 1995-D3;
- Should Cat Owners Receive Certificates?, 1995-D4.
Hugo, Victor, quote, 1991-F4.
Huneault, Ben; Shedding Light on WWV Solar Reports, 1993-O5.
Huneault, Bert; How I Discovered Astronomy, 1994-Au4.
Huronia Star Party: Stellar Speakers, Dave Sage, 1994-D6.
Huxley, Thomas
- quote, 1992-Au5.
- quote, 1996-F5;
- quote, 1996-Au1.
Huygens, Christian; quote, 1994-Ap33.
Huziak, Richard; The Saskatoon Centre’s Temporary Membership Program, 1995-O2.
Hynec, J. Allen, quote, 1991-Ap2.
Hypered Film for Astrophotography, Rajiv Gupta, 1993-O3.

I

In the Next Issue..., Au12, 1993-O8.
Interstellar Forecast: Increasing Cloudiness, J3.
Introducing Children to Astronomy, Sylvia Smith, 1991-Ap6.
Is Enya an Amateur Astronomer?, 1995-D2.
Is the New R.A.S.C. Member a Client?, Alister Ling, 1993-J3.
Is the Universe Conscious?, Louie Bernstein, 1993-F1.
Items of Interest:
- A Hot Time at Starfest, 1994-O2;
- All in a Flap, 1995-J3;
- Attention Astronomy Educators, 1992-Ap3;
- Canada Scholarship Program, 1992-Au8;
- Canadian Space First, 1992-D3;
- "Dence" Asteroid Taken Off List, 1994-D2;
- Donation Gratefully Received, 1992-Au2;
- Dr. Bishop’s Brother’s Bones, 1993-F3;
- Eclipse Expeditions Organized, 1995-J3;
- Electronic Astronomy, 1992-D3;
- E-mail Listing in Preparation, 1994-O2;
- Endowment Fund Renamed, 1992-Au2;
- Financial Astrology, 1995-D3;
- The First Canadian Comet, 1994-O2.
- Gravity Waves= Boring Astronomy, 1994-D2;
- Halifax Members Make History. 1995-F2;
- Light-hating Bears, 1994-Au3;
- Light Pollution, 1992-D3;
- Money for Images, 1993-O3;
- New A.S.P. Catalog Published, 1992-D3;
- Spar Publication Available, 1993-O3.
- Star Briefs, 1992-Ap3;
- Telescope Honours Society Member, 1992-Au2;
- Theodore Dunham Jr. Grants, 1992-Au8;
- Updated E-mail Address, 1995-D3.
- WISE Women Wanted, 1992-D7;
- Women in Astronomy, 1992-Ap3.
Iverson, John; Terrestrial and Celestial Fireworks, 1992-F8.

J

Jarrell, Richard; The Politics of Science on a Small Budget: The Future of Canadian Radio Astronomy, 1995-AC11.
Jedicke, Peter;
- Obituary: William Henry Wehlau, 1995-AC39.
- Contact by Carl Sagan: A Book Review, 1993-Au8.
Jefferson. Thomas; quote, 1996-0/D4.
Joliot-Curie, Irene; quote, 1996-Ap2.
Joule, James Prescott; quote, 1995-Ap20.
Just For Laughs-Deep Sky Observers, Randy Pakan, 1993-Au7.

K

Kant, Emmanuel; quote, 1992-Au8.
Kaye, Mark; Tales From Beyond the Event Horizon, 1993-F8.
Keen for the Deep Sky?, Alister Ling, 1993-Au11.
Kelly, Patrick,
- My First Editorial, 1991-F1.
- My Second Editorial, 1991-Ap1.
- Halley’s Comet Time Capsule Sealed, 1991-Au6.
- My Third Editorial, 1992-Ap1.
- Letter to the Editor, 1992-Ap2, 1992-Au8.
- Rainbows Over Woolsthorpe, 1992-Au6.
- Moonshadow, Moonshadow, 1993-F4.
- A New Society Logo, 1994-Au8.
- National Council Report, 1996-Au3.
- Astronomical Amalgamation, 1996-O/D5;
Kelsch, Rick; Letter to the Editor, 1994-Au2.
Kemble, Fr. Lucian J.;
- Surprise, 1992-Ap3.
- The Charming Dragon, 1995-AC34.
Kennedy, J.E.,
- T.W. Webb’s Classic Text, 1991-F7.
- News Reaches the Colony, 1991-O8.
- Historical & Modern Total Solar Eclipses, 1992-Ap4.
- Canadian Astronomical History: 1991-1994, 1995-O12.
Kennedy, John F; quote, 1992-Au7.
Keppler, Rick; Kobau 1993, 1993-O7.
Kingston Centre Hosts a Real Blast!, Bill Broderick, 1991-Au7.
Kirkcaldy, June; The 1992 Mount Kobau Star Party, 1992-O3.
Kobau 1993, Rick Keppler, 1993-D7.
Kobau '94: Fire on the Mountain, Dave Clyburn, 1994-O7.
Kunej, Zeljko, Letter to the Editor, 1991-Ap2.
Kurti, Nicholas; quote, 1992-O7.

L

La dichotomie de Venus en 1989-1990, Marc A. Gélinas, 1991-Ap6 (erratum, 1991-J8).
La Mort de l’U.R.S.S. et celle de l’astrologie?, Jean-Pierre Urbain, 1992-J3.
La nuit du grand OVNI de Montréal, Marc A. Gélinas, 1991-F4.
L’Astronomie en couleur, Marc A. Gélinas, 1991-Au6.
L’astronomie sur une étoffe, Marc A. Gélinas, 1992-F4.
Land of the Midnight Venus, John Connelly, 1996-O/D4.
Lane, David;
- MICRO-GUIDER: A Computerized Setting Circle/Database Device, 1991-D4.
- A New Publication for the RASC, 1994-Au6
- A Message from the Publications Revitalization Committee, AC inside tront cover;
- The RASC Meets the Internet, 1995-O5;
- Questionnaire Results, 1995-D2.
Le Bovier, Bernard; quote, 1994-Ap28.
Le mauvais oeil de 'eclipse du 10 mai, Marc Gélinas, 1994-Au4.
Learning By Sketching, Randy Pakan, 1994-Au1.
Lecture Notes: “The Fate of the Earth” by Dr. Scott Tremaine, Doug Pitcairn, 1996-F8.
Ledger, E., quote, 1991-F2.
Lee, Henry;
- Chinese New Year 4694, 1996-O/D6;
- The Twenty-four Solar Terms of the Chinese Calendar, 1996-O/D4.
Lemay, Damien; Les Amateurs de CCD au Québec, 1995-AC37.
Les Amateurs de CCD au Québec, Damien Lemay, 1995-AC37.
Les Misérables (the opera); quote, 1993-J8.
Lessons from a Partial Solar Eclipse, Todd Lohvinenko, 1993-Au4.
Leszczynski, Stanislaw; quote, 1995-O12.
Letter from the National President, Doug Hube, 1995-D3.
Letters to the Editor:
- Baldock, Chris (A Constructive Approch to Sexism), 1993-O3;
- Batten, Alan (In the Best Possible Way), 1993-J2;
- Batten, Alan (A Telescope for Viet Nam), 1994-J2;
- Belleru, Sergei (Astronomical Glasnost), 1991-Ap2;
- Berrys, Heinz (Closed Captions?), 1994-F2;
- Biggs, Stephen (Little More than Orange Juice), 1994-Au2;
- Bishop, Roy (A Biased View of Membership Fees), 1993-F3;
- Boltwood, Paul (What About Setting Circles?), 1996-J2;
- Brazell, Owen (Webb Society Update), 1993-O2;
- Breckenridge, Catherine (This is our Real Address), 1991-Ap2;
- Brooks, Randall (Galileo Was #2), 1996-O/D2;
- Broughton, Peter (Big Bang for Little Bucks), 1993-F2;
- Burger, Uros (Astronomy Material Sought), 1994-J2;
- Caluori, Mario (Astronomy Day in Montréal), 1991-F2;
- Casagrande, Eric W. (Let’s All Share the Beauty) 1992-F2;
- Chaytor, Diane (No Sexism in Vancouver), 1993-Au2;
- Chou, B. Ralph (Annual Report Glitches) 1992-Au2;
- Cintra, Dr. Joäo Baptista (Donations Needed for Brazil), 1995-D2;
- Cohen, Nathanial (The Romans Messed Things Up!), 1996-O/D2;
- Cousineau,Catherine (Humour Appreciated) 1992-F8;
- de Torcat, Mary (The Wright Stuff), 1994-O2;
- Dewolfe, Darryl (Decision Time for the R.A.S.C.), 1993-O2;
- Dyer, Alan (New Format Liked), 1991-Au2;
- Fitzgerald, D.J. (I’m Not Dead Yet!) 1991-F2;
- Fraknoi, Andrew (Classroom Astronomers Wanted), 1993-Au2;
- Freeman, Rosemary (Many Thanks!), 1996-Au2;
- Gada, Andreas (To Centre or Not to Centre) 1992-Au2;
- George, Doug (RASC 2000), 1993-D3;
- Gibbons, Clive (Testing Jupiter’s Disk), 1991-J2;
- Gibbons, Clive (Elitist Men’s Club?), 1993-Au2;
- Hicks, John (Testimony to an Astronomer), 1995-J2;
- Hube, Doug (Survey Comments), 1994-F2;
- Kelly, Patrick (Correction) 1992-Ap2;
- Kelly, Patrick (Editor’s Mailing List Update) 1992-Au2;
- Kelsch, Rick (Annual or Annular?), 1994-Au2;
- Kunej, Zeljko (Courageous Astronomer), 1991-Ap2;
- Lee, Henry (Many Thanks and Please Write!) 1992-F2;
- Ling, Alister (ACureforSome Headlights), 1991-J1;
- Ling, Alister (The Mazatlan Zenith Curse?), 1991-F2;
- Ling, Alister (An Ounce of Prevention) 1992-Ap2;
- Ling, Alister (Deep Sky Journal) 1992-J2;
- Lohvinenko, Todd (Palms Up), 1991-O2;
- Low, Jim (The "Old" Name's History), 1991-Au2;
- Low, Jim (People Sharing the Wonder), 1993-02;
- MacDonald, Blair (Little More Than Orange Juice?), 1995-J2;
- McElwaine, Robert E. (Life, the Universe and Everything?) 1992-Ap2;
- Moreau, Suzanne (Donations Linkage Upsetting) 1992-D2;
- Mozel, Philip (Last But Not Least), 1993-F2;
- Muses, Dr. C. (It Belongs on the Bottom), 1994-O2;
- Napier, Roger G (What Goes Around Comes Around?) 1992-Ap2;
- Oakes, Andrew (Journal Comments Appreciated), 1994-J2;
- Percy, Dr. John (Book Reviewers Wanted), 1993-F3;
- Percy, Dr. John (Too Close for Comfort), 1994-F2;
- Phodiades, Dimitri P. (Don’t Forget Pickering), 1995-J2;
- Pow, Ron (Non-doctors Talk Too), 1995-O2;
- Reddoch, Allan (Die Energie der Welt st constant), 1994-O2;
- Reyahi, Bassel A. (A Mystery of Procyon), 1991-Au2;
- Reyahi, Bassel A. (Astronomy Under Attack), 1991-J2;
- Robinson, Camilla, (Let’s Keep Urania), 1995-F2;
- Robinson, David (Looking for Phenomena), 1995-F2.
- Shinn, B. Franklyn (Astronomical Versus Society), 1993-O2.
- Simison, Jack (A Society First!?), 1991-F2;
- Small, Richard (On the Money) 1992-Ap8;
- Stewart, Maurice (Did He Really Say That?), 1994-J2;
- Stuhr, Christian (Maythe Force Be with Us?) 1992-F2;
- Sudhakar, Bhalerao (Mirrors Wanted) 1992-Ap2;
- Swan, P. M. (You’re a Great Fellow, Ed!), 1996-F2.
- Tatum, Jeremy B. (Canadian Asteroids — A Mistake!) 1992-J2;
- Whitehouse, Steve (Nebula Will Not Be Mugged), 1994-F2.
- Yurchesyn, Joe (Of Field Lines, Electrons and Reading) 1992-J2.
- Zentz, Gregory L. (Humour Wanted), 1991-F2.
- Ling, Alister, Ah, the Amateur Enjoys, 1991-F1.
- Letter to the Editor, 1991-F2.
- Letter to the Editor, 1991-J1.
- Some Observations of the Zodiacal Light, 1991-Au8.
Lewis, Ruth;
- R.A.S.C. Lighting Certificate, 1993-J5.
- Light Pollution Update, 1994-J4.
Libby, Willard F.; quote, 1993-O8.
Light Pollution Update, Ruth Lewis, 1994-J4.
Lightwaves:
- Good Lighting/Bad Lighting: What is the Difference?, Bill Broderick, 1995-O8.
- Putting Our Own House in Order, Bill Broderick, 1995-D6.
- Why Be Concerned About Light Pollution, Bill Broderick, 1995-J6.
- Getting Started as a Light Pollution Activist, Bill Broderick, 1996-F6.
- Light Pollution Questions and Answers, Bill Broderick, 1996-J6.
- Petitions on Light Pollution, Bill Broderick, 1996-O/D8.
Lilley, John; quote, 1992-J2.
Ling, Alister; Letter to the Editor, 1992-Ap2, 1992-J2.
- The Journal of the R.A.S.C. - A Different Perspective, 1992-J6.
- The Small Moon Illusion, 1992-Ap5.
Ling, Alister;
- Alberta Star Party: Wet But Wonderful. 1994-D6.
- Bicycles, Bubble Gum and Astronomy, 1993-J5.
- The Chasm of Blackness, 1995-AC33.
- Eclipse Damage: A Burning Issue, 1995-F8;
- Is the New R.A.S.C. Member a Client?, 1993-J3.
- Keen for the Deep Sky?, 1993-Au11.
- Look That Up in Your Observer’s Handbook!, 1993-J5.
- Observing in Twilight, 1994-06.
- Reflections: Names and Lists, 1996-F1.
- Unfair Criticism, 1993-O5
- Worlds in Collision?, 1993-F6.
Lohvinenko, Todd;
- Letter to the Editor, 1991-O2.
- Lessons from a Partial Solar Eclipse, 1993-Au4.
Look Out for Looking Up, 1994-J7.
Look That Up in Your Observer’s Handbook!, Alister Ling, 1993-J5.
Long Time, No See, Brian Segal, 1991-F3.
Low, Jim;
- Letter to the Editor, 1991-Au2.
- Letter to the Editor, 1993-O2.
- Ramblings of an Armchair Astronomer, 1991-J7.
- Armchair Astronomer’s Heaven, 1994-Au1.
Luther, Martin, quote, 1991-O2.

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MacDonald, Blair; Letter to the Editor, 1995-J2.
MacDonald, Walter;
- Canadian Astronomer in Disgrace, 1992-Ap5.
- The October 1993 Council Meeting, 1993-O6.
- Council Highlights, 1994-Ap2.
- National Council Update, 1994-Au3.
Major U.S. Research University Discovers New Element!!, 1991-Au5.
Markov, Paul;
- A Successtul Messier Marathon, 1992-O6.
- Another Successful Messier Marathon, 1996-J4.
Mary Gray 1927-1996, 1996-Au2.
McCarter, Dave; Brilliant Bolide Blazes Over Beclouded Starfest, 1995-O4.
McCullough, Brian, Planets in the Palm of Your Hand, 1991-J4.
McCurdy, Bruce; Musical Stars, 1995-F7.
McElwaine, Robert E.; Letter to the Editor, 1992-Ap2.
McKay, Christopher; quote, 1996-J2.
Meeting Highlights, Joe Yurchesyn, 1993-Au6.
Membership Survey Questionnaire, 1992-Ap (special insert).
Membership Survey Results I—The Journal, Michael S.F. Watson, 1993-O1.
Membership Surveys Needed, 1992-Au2.
Meteors: Why Not?, Peter Brown, 1991-Au5.
MICRO-GUIDER: A Computerized Setting Circle/Database Device, David J. Lane, 1991-D4.
Milazzo, Carl T.; Common Problems, Common Solutions, 1993-O7.
Miller Jr., G. Tyler, quote, 1992-Ap5.
Mitchell, Jr., Commander Edgar; quote, 1995-F5.
Montréal 350e, la SAM y était, Marc Gélinas, 1992-O5.
Moonshadow, Moonshadow, Patrick Kelly, 1993-F4.
More Planets Found, 1996-J2.
More Thoughts on "Thoughts on the JRASC”, Michael Daly, 1992-Au4.
Moreau, Suzanne;
- Letter to the Editor, 1992-D2.
- The Great Eclipse: A Video Documentary, 1992-O6.
Morissette, Gaetan, Escadrille exceptionnelle de météores, 1991-J8.
Mount Kobau '91, Dave Clyburn, 1991-D3.
Mozel, Philip,
- A Canadian’s Pre-War Comet, 1991-F7.
- Thoughts on the Journal of the R.A.S.C., 1992-J7.
- Letter to the Editor; 1993-F2.
Murphy’s Annular Eclipse, 1994-Au4.
Muses, Dr. C.;
- Letter to the Editor, 1994-O2.
- A Planetary Periodic Table, 1995-F6.
Musical Stars, Bruce McCurdy, 1995-F7.
My First Editorial, Patrick Kelly, 1991-F1.
My Second Editorial, Patrick Kelly, 1991-Ap1.
My Third Editorial, Patrick Kelly, 1992-Ap1.

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N.A.S.A., Poor N.A.S.A., Doug Pitcairn, Ap1.
Napier, Roger G.; Letter to the Editor, 1992-Ap2.
Nason, Guy; RASC to be Privatized, 1996-F3.
National Astronomy Day 1995, Sandra Ferguson, 1995-J7.
National Awards, 1995-O7.
National Awards, 1993-O4, 1994-O4.
National Council Highlights, 1993-F5.
National Council Update, Walter MacDonald, 1994-Au3.
National Council Update, Cathy Hall, 1994-O4.
National Council Update, Cathy Hall, 1995-F5.
National Council Report, Rick Wagner, 1995-O3.
National Council Report, Patrick kelly, 1996-Au3.
National Science Foundation, quote, 1991-D3.
New Edition of the BOG. Published, 1996-O/D3,
New Executive Secretary, 1996-O/D3.
New Hubble Slides, 1993-Au4.
New Membership Management Proposal, 1996-Au5.
New Promotional Items for Christmas, 1992-O8.
New Society Publication Launched, Leo Enright, 1992-F1.
New Space Science Resource for Canada, Mary Lou Whitehorne, 1995-O4.
News Notes:
- Advertising Rates, 1991-J4, 1991-D2;
- International Astronomical Youth Camp 1991, 1991-F5;
- le Annuaire Astronomique, 1991-Au2, 1991-O2;
- Officers Appointed, 1991-Ap3;
- R.A.S.C. Promotional Items, 1991-Ap3;
- Saskatoon Member Speaks in Uruguay, 1991-D7.
News Reaches the Colony, Ed Kennedy, 1991-O8.
Newton, Isaac;
- quote, 1993-O3.
- quote, 1994-F4.
- quote by Clausius erroneously attributed to Newton, 1994-F4.
- quote, 1995-Ap20.
Noesgaard, Ken; The 1996 Edmonton General Assembly, 1996-Au6.
Nominations of 1992 R.A.S.C. Officers, 1992-F3.
Nominations of 1992 R.A.S.C. Officers, 1992-D2.
Nominations tor Treasurer, Peter Broughton, 1995-F2.
Not Just Another Pretty Calendar, Rajiv Gupta, Au9.
NOVA EAST '91, Doug Pitcairn, 1991-D6.
Nova East '92, Doug Pitcairn, 1992-O5.
Nova East '93 Report, Doug Pitcairn, 1993-O9.
Nova East 1994: Telescopes and Turkeys, Doug Pitcairn, 1994-O7.
Nova East Date Change, 1995-F3.
Nova Scotia: There’s So Much to Seat, Mary Lou Whitehorne, 1992-D3.
Novak, Tim; A Briet Tour of the Dominion Radio Astrophysical Observatory, 1992-O4.

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Oakes, Andrew;
- Letter to the Editor, 1994-J2.
- Reflections: Rovers and Alarm Bells, 1996-Au1.
Obituary:
- William Henry Wehlau, Peter Jedicke, 1995-AC39.
- Peter Moor, Clive Gibbons, 1995-D7.
- Mary Gray 1927-1996, 1996-Au2.
Observing Faint Bright Nebula, Randy Pakan, 1994-J7.
Observing in Twilight, Alister Ling, 1994-O6.
Observing Spiral Structure in Galaxies, Mark Bratton, 1996-O/D7.
Observing the Palomar Clusters, Randy Pakan, 1994-O3.
Occultation par Pallas, Alain Roussel, 1991-J8.
Off the Deep End: Two Amateurs Try the Real Thing, Mary Lou Whitehorne and Chris Brown, 1991-Ap4.
Officer Nominations, 1996-F2.
Okanagan Centre Born, 1995-D2.
Oneschuk, Douglas; The Northern Lights (photo), 1996-F8.
Osler, Sir William, quote, 1996-F3.
Outreach Programs for Centres, Bill Broderick, 1992-D4.

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Pakan, Randy;
- Just For Laughs-Deep Sky Observers, 1993-Au7.
- Observing Faint Bright Nebula, 1994-J7.
- Learning By Sketching, 1994-Au1.
- Observing the Palomar Clusters, 1994-O3.
- Score One for Astronomy, 1994-F3.
- Take a Deep Galaxy Tour, 1994-J8.
- The Other Side of the Night, 1995-F1.
Papers Anyone?, 1993-F3.
"Parfocalizing" Your Eyepieces, Robert Roy, 1994-Au3.
Pauli, Wolfgang; quote, 1996-F2.
Paulson, Murray; Planetary Observing, 1995-AC31.
Percy, Dr. John;
- Thoughts on "More Thoughts on the JRASC", 1992-Au4.
- Letter to the Editor, 1993-F3.
- Letter to the Editor, 1994-F2.
Perseids 1993-Shower or Storm?, Peter Brown, 1993-J3.
Peter MacKenzie Millman, 1906-1990, Ian Halliday, 1991-Ap3.
Phantom of the Opera, quote, 1992-Au4.
Photographing the May 10th Solar Eclipse, Michael Watson, 1994-Ap3.
Pitcairn, Doug, - Amateurs Needed to Observe Nothing!, 1991-J4.
- N.A.S.A., Poor N.A.S.A., 1991-Ap1.
- NOVA EAST '91, 1991-D6.
- Nova East ‘93 Report, 1993-O9.
- Nova East '92, 1992-O5.
- Nova East 1994: Telescopes and Turkeys, 1994-O7.
- Book Review: The Backyard Astronomer’s Guide, 1992-F5.
- The Noblest Cause, 1992-D5.
- You Know..., 1993-D11.
- Lecture Notes: “The Fate of the Earth” by Dr. Scott Tremaine, 1996-F8.
Planck, Max; quote, 1993-Ap36.
Planets in the Palm of Your Hand, Brian McCullough, 1991-J4.
Poincaré, Jules Henri; quote, 1994-Ap5.
Powers, Robert; quote, 1994-F2.
Preamble to the Membership Survey, Glenn Hawley, 1992-Ap1.
Put Nothing In; Expect Nothing Out, Dennis Ryan, 1993-Au7.

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Quotes:
- "A hundred astronomers have left parts of their souls...", 1994-F2;
- "A hypothesis may be simply defined...", 1992-J8;
- "A large party, who had crossed from the American side...", 1993-Au11;
- "A lesson to be learned from this puzzle...", 1994-O8;
- "A science cannot be played with...", 1993-J5;
- "A science is any discipline in which...", 1994-Au7;
- "A scientist can discover a new star...", 1994-D5;
- "A very small cause which escapes our notice...", 1994-Ap5;
- "All sciences are connected...", 1993-Ap36;
- "Aristotle’s opinion...", 1996-Au5;
- "Astronomy is the most ancient...", 1991-O2;
- "Astronomy was the daughter of idleness.", 1994-Ap33;
- "Behold the mighty dinosaur...", 1996-Au2;
- "But indeed, the English...", 1996-O/04;
- "Do you know about the eleventh commandment..." 1992-J2;
- "Entropy is time’s arrow.", 1993-O2;
- "Even if only one in a hundred...", 1992-F7;
- "Every student who enters...", 1996-Ap2;
- "Everything in space...", 1996-J2;
- "Errors using inadequate data...", 1994-D6;
- "Fancy may take its flight...", 1996-F8;
- "Fed on the dry husks of facts...", 1996-F3;
- "First and above all lies the sphere of the fixed stars...", 1994-O4;
- "For in the concept of matter...", 1992-Au8;
- "Hey, you’re not going to believe...", 1996-O/D9;
- "How bright and beautiful a comet...", 1992-F8;
- "I am here to support the assertion...", 1992-Ap2;
- "I do not mind if you think...", 1996-Ap2;
- "I feel sure that the surface of the moon...", 1994-F3;
- "I have just been reading..." 1992-D2;
- "I have steadily endeavored to keep my mind free...", 1994-Ap28;
- "I send herewith unto his Majesty...", 1993-Au10;
- "If you can measure...", 1993-O12;
- "In the city of Tours on 31 January...", 1994-O6;
- "In the path of a total eclipse...", 1991-O8;
- "Is it not evident...", 1996-O/D12;
- "It’s our U.F.O....", 1991-Ap2;
- "It was a most beautiful and delightful sight...", 1994-Ap33;
- "Let both sides seek, 1992-Au7;
- "Let no one expect anything...", 1993-Ap36;
- "Light is always propogated, 1993-Au4;
- "Looking back...over the long...", 1992-Ap8;
- "Men do not live...", 1996-F7;
- "Oh these mathematicians...", 1996-O/D11;
- "On one occasion committee members...", 1992-O7;
- "Once you ask the question...", 1993-O8;
- "One board member found perplexing...", 1991-D3;
- "One day, on tearing oft some old bark...", 1993-Au6;
- "One may conceive light to spread...", 1994-Ap33;
- "Only time and money...", 1993-Au5;
- "Our whole approach...", 1996-J2;
- "Scientists are going to discover...", 1994-D8;
- "Shun no toil...", 1996-J1;
- "Simple as the law of gravity...", 1993-Au6;
- "Slowly, gently...", 1992-Au4;
- "Stars in your multitudes...", 1993-J8;
- "Sylables govern the world.", 1993-O6;
- "That he [Einstein] may sometimes...", 1993-Ap36;
- "That one body may act on another", 1993-D3;
- "The aim of science is to seek...", 1994-O3;
- "The chessboard is the world...", 1992-Au5;
- "The child asks...", 1996-Au1;
- "The discovery of a new dish...", 1994-J7;
- "The earth conceives by the sun...", 1996-F2;
- "The farther an experiment...", 1996-Ap2;
- "The first man I saw was of meagre aspect...", 1994-O3;
- "The great tragedy of Science...", 1996-F5.
- "The next object which I have discovered...", 1994-O8;
- "The only hope of science...", 1992-Au8;
- "The total energy of the universe is constant...", 1994-F4;
- "There is no inductive method...", 1994-Ap28;
- "They are too close to the trees...", 1992-O8;
- "This is the excellent foppery of the world...", 1991-Au5;
- "Three hundred trout...", 1992-Ap5.
- "Vacuum I call every place...", 1994-F4;
- "We are as much gainers by finding...", 1994-J7;
- "We have something more than the mere magnitude...", 1994-O6;
- "What is called science today...", 1994-Ap28.
- "What shall be the lot...", 1991-F2;
- "Where the telescope ends...", 1991-F4.
- "While I was staying at Carignan...", 1993-O5;
- "You can be absolutley sure...", 1993-O2.

R

R.A.S.C. Chairpersons 1992-93, 1992-O5.
R.A.S.C. Lighting Certificate, Ruth Lewis, 1993-J5.
R.A.S.C. Promotional Items, 1992-Ap3, 1993-O8.
RASC Promotions, 1994-F3.
RASC to be Privatized, Guy Nason, 1996-F3.
RASCals, 1994-Au4.
Rainbows Over Woolsthorpe, Patrick Kelly, 1992-Au6.
Ramblings of an Armchair Astronomer, Jim Low, 1991-J7.
Reddoch, Allan; Letter to the Editor, 1994-O2.
Reflections:
- 1992-F1, 1992-D1
- 1993-F1, 1993-J1.
- 1994-F1, 1994-J1, 1994-Au1, 1994-D1.
- Names and Lists, Alister Ling, 1996-F1.
- Has Astronomy Lost Its Innocence?, Charles Shahar, 1996-J1.
- Rovers and Alarm Bells, Andrew Oakes, 1996-Au1.
- The Caldwell Catalogue: Why All the Hype?, Leo Enright, 1996-O/D1.
Reyahi, Bassel A.,
- Letter to the Editor, 1991-J2.
- Letter to the Editor, 1991-Au2.
Reflections, 1991-F1, 1991-Ap1, 1991-J1, 1991-Au1.
Roosa, Major Stuart A.; quote, 1996-O/D9.
Roussel, Alain, Occultation par Pallas, 1991-J8.
Roy, Robert; “Parfocalizing” Your Eyepieces, 1994-Au3.
Rutherford, Ernest; quote, 1992-O2. Ryan, Dennis;
- Discovery of an Observing Site, 1991-J6.
- Put Nothing In; Expect Nothing Out, 1993-Au7.

S

Sage, Dave; Huronia Star Party Stellar Speakers, 1994-O6.
Sampson, Russ; A Polar Expedition of a Different Kind, 1994-J4.
Saroch, Zdenko, A.; A Pulsar’s Perplexing Periodic Pulses, 1992-Ap7.
Saxon, Greg, The Incredible Blinking Reticle, 1991-J3.
Score One for Astronomy, Randy Pakan, 1994-F3.
Seeing The Light, Clive Gibbons, 1991-J1.
Segal, Brian, Long Time, No See, 1991-F3.
Selden, John; quote, 1993-O6.
Seneca (the Younger), Lucius Annaeus; quote, 1996-J1.
Seronik, Gary; Telescope Making on the Internet, 1996-O/D6.
Sexism in the R.A.S.C.?, Michael S.F. Watson, 1993-Au3.
Shakespeare, William, quote. 1991-Au5.
Shahar, Charles; Reflections: Has Astronomy Lost Its Innocence?, 1996-J1.
Shapley, Harlow; quote, 1992-F7.
Shedding Light on WWV Solar Reports, Ben Huneault, 1993-O5.
Shier, Bruce W., An Encounter With Totality, 1991-O4.
Shinn, B. Franklyn; Letter to the Editor, 1993-O2.
Show Your Support for the R.A.S.C., 1992-O8.
Simison, Jack, Letter to the Editor, 1991-F2.
Simon Newcomb Award, 1994-O3.
Skene, Glenn; Why I like to Gaze, 1994-F1.
Sketching Globular Star Clusters, Mark Bratton, 1996-J5.
Small, Richard; Letter to the Editor, 1992-Ap8.
Smith, Sylvia, Introducing Children to Astronomy, 1991-Ap6.
Solar Eclipse a Ringing Success, 1994-J3.
Some Observations of the Zodiacal Light, Alister Ling, 1991-Au8.
Special Conference Travel Grant, 1994-O8.
Spinney, Steven, The 1991 General Assembly, 1991-O3.
Starfest '92, Dale Armstrong, 1992-O6.
Starfest '93-The CCD Arrives, Dale Armstrong, 1993-O8.
Stewart, Maurice; Letter to the Editor, 1994-J2.
Stuhr, Christian; Letter to the Editor, 1992-F2.
Subitzky, Edward, A Call for More Scientific Truth in Product Warning Labels, 1991-O1.
Surprise, Fr. Lucian Kemble, 1992-Ap3.
Survey Results, 1993-O1.
Suspected Brightening of the Venus North Polar Cloud, Richard Baum, 1992-Ap4.
Swan, P.M., Letter to the Editor, 1996-F2.
Swift, Jonathan; quote, 1994-O3.

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Take a Deep Galaxy Tour, Randy Pakan, 1994-J8.
Tales From Beyond the Event Horizon, Mark Kaye, 1993-F8.
Tanguay, Ronald C. Binary Star Observer’s Group Formed, 1991-F8.
Tatum, Jeremy B.;
- Letter to the Editor, 1992-J2.
- The Discovery of Sprattia, 1992-F4.
- What the Blinkity-Blink is Going On Here?, 1992-D5.
- An Ocean of Stars, 1993-Au5.
- Endangered Asteroids, 1994-O6.
- The One That Got Away, 1994-05.
Taylor, Bert Liston; quote, 1996-Au2.
Telescope Making on the Internet, Gary Seronik, 1996-O/D6.
Terrestrial and Celestial Fireworks, John Iverson, 1992-F8.
Thanks from Calgary, Mel Head, 1992-Au6.
The Backyard Universe of J. J. Wadsworth, Bob Duff, 1992-J6.
The Digital Darkroom, Rajiv Gupta, 1994-D1.
The Discovery of Sprattia, Jeremy B. Tatum, 1992-F4.
The Earth-Moon System as Seen From Venus, 1993-D1
The Eyes Have It, Louie Bernstein, 1992-J1.
The Great Eclipse: A Video Documentary, Suzanne Moreau, 1992-O6.
The Incredible Blinking Reticle, Greg Saxon, 1991-J3.
The Journal and the Financial State of the Society, Douglas Hube, 1992-F6.
The Journal Controversy, Doug George, 1992-Ap6.
The Journal of the R.A.S.C.:A Different Perspective, Alister Ling, 1992-J6.
The Journal - Who Needs It?, David Chapman, 1992-Ap6.
The Joys(?) of Astrophotography, Clive Gibbons, 1993-F7.
The Many-Bodied Problem, Michael Attas, 1992-Au5.
The New, Improved Simon Newcomb Award, David Chapman, 1994-D3.
The Noblest Cause, Doug Pitcairn, 1992-O5.
The Northern Lights (photo), Douglas Oneschuk, 1996-F8.
The October 1993 Council Meeting, Doug Hube & Walter MacDonald, 1993-O6.
The One That Got Away, Jeremy Tatum, 1994-O5.
The S’s in SL9, David Chapman, 1994-J6.
The September 28th Council Meeting, Mary Anne Harrington, 1992-F3.
The Small Moon Illusion, Alister Ling, 1992-Ap5.
The Speech That Never Was, Mary Lou Whitehorne, 1993-O8.
The Ten Most Common Annular Eclipse Misconceptions, 1994-Au7.
The Twenty-four Solar Terms of the Chinese Calendar, Henry Lee, 1996-O/D4.
The Visual Discovery of Supernova 1993I, Rev. Robert Evans, 1993-Au3.
The Woman Responds, Mary Lou Whitehorne, 1993-O10.
The 1991 General Assembly, Steven Spinney, 1991-O3.
The 1992 G.A., Grant Dixon, 1992-O1.
The 1992 Mount Kobau Star Party, June Kirkcaldy, 1992-O3.
The 1993 Alberta Star Party, John Howell, 1993-O9.
The 1993 Perseid "Sprinkle", David M. F. Chapman, 1993-O4.
The 1996 Edmonton General Assembly, Ken Noesgaard, 1996-Au6.
The R.A.S.C. Eclipse Expedition, Dan Falk, 1991-O4.
Thomson, William; quote, 1993-O12.
Thoughts on “Thoughts of the JRASC", John R. Percy, 1992-Au4.
Thoughts on the Journal of the R.A.S.C., Phillip Mozel, 1992-J7.
Tolstoy, Leo; quote, 1994-Ap28.
Total Lunar Eclipse: April 3rd, 1996, 1996-F7.
Trip to Totality: One Person’s Experience, Ulrich Haasdyk, 1991-O6.
Trollope, Frances; quote, 1993-Au11.
Twain, Mark; A Plan for the Improvement of English Spelling, 1993-Au12.
T'was the Night Before Christmas, Mark Chartrand, 1994-O8.
T.W. Webb’s Classic Text, J.E. Kennedy, 1991-F7.

U

Un mot sur Ciel Info, 1993-Au10.
Unfair Criticism, Alister Ling, 1993-O5.
Urbain,Jean-Pierre; La mort de l'U.R.S.S. et celle de l'astrologie?, 1992-J3.

V

Vanderberg, Richard D., A Saskatchewan Name in the Skies, 1991-Au8.
Venus Comes Close-March 1993, Michael S.F. Watson, 1993-J4.
von Braun, Werhner; quote, 1996-J2.

W

Wagner, Richard; A Research Proposal, 1992-J1.
Warlow, Peter; quote, 1994-O8.
Watson, Michael S.F.;
- Venus Comes Close-March 1993, 1993-J4.
- Sexism in the R.A.S.C.?, 1993-Au3
- Membership Survey Results I-The Journal, 1993-O1.
- Photographing the May 10th Solar Eclipse, 1994-Ap3.
Wayburn, Edgar; quote, 1992-O8.
Ways to Increase Disabled Participation, Wayne and Kathie Davie, 1991-F4.
Well, Andrew, quote, 1991-O8.
Werner-King, Jannen; Found Poem, 1994-O8.
What the Blinkity-Blink is Going On Here?, Jeremy B. Tatum, 1992-O5.
What is Heaven? A Personal Perspective, Louie Bernstein, 1991-Au1.
Where are the Women?, Mary Lou Whitehorne, 1993-J1.
Whitehead, Alfred North; quote, 1994-O3.
Whitehorne, Mary Lou,
- A Stellar Wind Breezes into Nova Scotia Schools, 1994-O5.
- An Amateur at the IAU General Assembly, 1994-O1.
- Another Step Towards a New Planetarium in Nova Scotia, 1993-Au11.
- Gracias, Merci, Danke Schon and Thanks!, 1993-Au4.
- Nova Scotia: There’s So Much to Sea!, 1992-O3.
- Off the Deep End: Two Amateurs Try the Real Thing, 1991-Ap4.
- The Speech That Never Was, 1993-O8.
- The Woman Responds, 1993-O10.
- Where are the Women?, 1993-J1.
Whitehouse, Steve; Letter to the Editor, 1994-F2.
Why I like to Gaze, Glenn Skene, 1994-F1.
Woolen, Henry; quote, 1993-Au10.
Worlds in Collision?, Alister Ling, 1993-F6.

Y

You Know...; Doug Pitcairn, 1993-D11.
Young, Scott; Astronomy and the Four R’s, 1992-F1.
Yurchesyn, Joe,
- Aurorae and the Power System, 1991-D1.
- Letter to the Editor, 1992-J2.
- Meeting Highlights, 1993-Au6.

Z

Zentz, Gregory L., Letter to the Editor, 1991-F2.