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JRASC 2006 October

JRASC 2006-10

FEATURE ARTICLES/ARTICLES DE FOND

  • Determining the Orbital Height of a Low-Earth-Orbiting Artificial Satellite Observed near the Local Zenith by Michael A. Earl
  • Astronomy and Astrology by Roy Swanson
  • Creating a High-Dynamic-Range Solar Eclipse Composite Image by Alson Wong
  • Is Artificial Light at Night Too Much of a Good Thing? by Barry A.J. Clark

RESEARCH PAPERS/ARTICLES DE RECHERCHE

  • Meteor Trains - Terminology and Physical Interpretation by Jiří Borovička

DEPARTMENTS/DÉPARTEMENTS

  • Editorial by Jay Anderson
  • News Notes/En manchettes: Canadian camera helps mend FUSE Tagish Lake Meteorite in ROM Collection 3-D map of a million galaxies
  • Correspondence/Correspondance
  • What is this object?

REVIEWS/CRITIQUES

  • A Concise History of Solar and Stellar Physics
  • Mauna Kea: A Guide to Hawai’i’s Sacred Mountain

ACROSS THE RASC/DU NOUVEAU DANS LES CENTRES

  • Memories Wanted
  • Astrocryptic by Curt Nason

COLUMNS/RUBRIQUES

  • Second Light: Small Kuiper Belt Bodies Seen by X-ray Occultation by Leslie J. Sage
  • Deep-Sky Contemplations by Warren Finlay and Doug Hube
  • Through My Eyepiece: City Mouse and Country Mouse by Geoff Gaherty
  • Gizmos: Sun Screen by Don Van Akker
  • Ramblings of a Variable-Star Addict: Introducing CCD Variable-Star Photometry by Richard Huziak
  • A Moment With...Dr. David Guenther by Philip Mozel
  • Carpe Umbram by Guy Nason
  • Pen and Pixel: NGC 4565 and M74 by Albert Saikaley, Paul Mortfield, and Dietmar Kupke
  • Orbital Oddities: Transit Tandems and Tetrads by Bruce McCurdy
  • Net Astronomy by Paul Langan
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Issue Info
Year: 
2006
Month(s): 
Oct
Volume: 
100
Number: 
5
Whole Number: 
720
Embargoed: 
Not Embargoed