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October 2007 Journal Now On-line

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Wed, 2007/09/19

Inside the October 2007 Journal

2006 October Journal now online

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Fri, 2006/09/29

October 2006 Journal The 2006 October Journal is now online. Go to http://www.rasc.ca/currentjrasc/. The username and password are the same as before; see the broadcast email to members.

CONTENTS - Table des matières


FEATURE ARTICLES/ARTICLES DE FOND

RASC Constitution Committee Recruiting for 2011/2012

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Thu, 2011/06/16

The national constitution committee is seeking dedicated, detail-oriented RASCals to help draft new Articles of Incorporation for the RASC, in time for the 2012 Edmonton GA and annual meeting.

August Journal now on-line

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Mon, 2009/07/06

The on-line version (in Adobe Acrobat PDF format) of the August 2009 issue of the RASC Journal is now available in full-colour, high-resolution format (5.4 MB), plus a low-resolution version (2.5 MB) for those members on dial-up service.

April 2009 Journal On-line

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Mon, 2009/03/02

The on-line version (in Adobe Acrobat PDF format) of the April 2009 issue of the RASC Journal is now available in full-colour, high-resolution format (6.5 MB), plus a low-resolution version (2.9 MB). Look, too, for the hidden "Easter Eggs" - URLs in some not-so-obvious places.

National Office Moves!

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James Edgar, Regina
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Wed, 2009/03/04

By now, most RASC members know we have leased new space in an office building a few blocks west of our old place. Monday and Tuesday next week, March 9 and 10, are moving days. The phones will be disconnected for part or all of that time, so be patient and hold your calls for a while.

Later in the week, most things will be up and running at our new digs. Give the staff a chance to get their feet under the desks and relax their frazzled nerves before you call.

Please take note of the new address:

Essential Annual Report ready

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Sun, 2009/07/12

The notice of the Society's annual meeting (to take place on August 16) including the Proxy 2009 form and the Essential Annual Report has been mailed out this week to members without an email address in the membership database. The Essential Annual Report contains all those things required by the Society's By-laws.

"Looking Up" Now Available On-line

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Sat, 2009/07/18

Looking Up now available

by R.A. Rosenfeld, Toronto

Looking Up, the thoroughly researched and entertainingly written "official" history of the RASC, is now available again. Long out-of-print, and difficult to obtain used, the book has been digitized in its entirety as an initiative of the History Committee working with Walter MacDonald of the Kingston Centre, and this year's recipient of a RASC Service Award.

Extended Annual 2008 Report Now On-line

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James Edgar, Regina
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Sat, 2009/08/08

Hello fellow RASC Members,

The Extended Annual Report has been placed on the RASC Web site at http://www.rasc.ca/private/governance/annualreports.shtml. Use the username and password sent by email to access this information. This is the coloured version, with reports from all the Centres, plus Centre Treasurer' Reports.

James Edgar, National Secretary and
Dave Lane, President

First Edition of "Observer's Handbook" On-line

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Randall Rosenfeld, National Office
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Wed, 2009/08/26

The Observer's Handbook is one of our two chief publications. For many international observers, our Society is that publication. For some, the Observer's Handbook is the leading English-language "pocket" ephemeris, reigning among mid-level ephemera designed for field use, in the class below the grand national ephemera supported by cutting-edge celestial dynamics and the latest astrometry produced by HM Nautical Almanac Office and the USNO, and the Bureau des Longitudes and the IMCCE. It is a proud, useful, and vigorous heritage.

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