Jay Anderson, Editor-in-Chief
th year of publication
The Journal is a bi-monthly publication of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada. It welcomes articles on Canadian astronomers and current activities of the RASC and its Centres, research and review papers by professional and amateur astronomers, and articles of a historical, biographical, or educational nature of general interest to the astronomical community. All contributions are welcome, but the editors reserve the right to edit material prior to publication. Authors are encouraged to examine any recent issue or the JRASC Style Guide for guidance as to the style in which the title, abstract, section headings, figure captions, and references are printed.
Research papers are reviewed prior to publication, and professional astronomers with institutional affiliations are asked to pay publication charges of $100 per page. For details, see the Author's Guide. Such charges may be waived for RASC members who do not have access to professional funds as well as for solicited articles. Manuscripts and other submitted material may be in English or French, and should be sent to the Editor-in-Chief whose address is given below.
The Royal Astronomical Society of Canada acknowledges Canadian Heritage for the grant received for the Journal from the Canadian Periodical Fund Business Innovation for Print Periodicals in 2011.
Editor-in-Chief of the Journal:
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203 - 4920 Dundas St W
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*Special December 2012 Issue*
The Enviromental Impact of Light Pollution and its Abatement
The Royal Astronomical Society of Canada has published “The Environmental Impact of Light-pollution and its Abatement, as a special supplement to its internationally recognized periodical, the Journal.
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|There are few technical articles on astronomy, which, if clearly written, have not a real value to the amateur, while the work of the latter is always of interest to his professional brother. There will be room for both in the pages of the Journal. If all unite, the result will be highly creditable to Canadian science.|
—C.A. Chant, Editor, 1907
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|JRASC Index, Volumes 61 to 90 (1967-96)||1.8 MB|
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|Style Guide 2014-05-09||259.14 KB|