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Isabel Williamson Observing Certificate

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First Name: 
Nelson
Last Name: 
Walker
Recipient of: 
Isabel Williamson Lunar Certificate
Centre/Location: 
Victoria
Year: 
2013
Centre: 
Victoria

Explore the Universe Beginner's Observing Certificate

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First Name: 
Corey
Last Name: 
LaBerge
Recipient of: 
Explore the Universe Certificate
Centre/Location: 
Winnipeg
Year: 
2014
Centre: 
Winnipeg

Niagara Whirlpool Nov-Dec 2014

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Niagara Whirlpool Nov Dec 2014
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Centre: 
Niagara
Year: 
2014
Month(s): 
Nov-Dec
Month #: 
11-12
Volume: 
32
Number: 
6
Pages: 
7

John Goldie

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John Goldie (1822-96) was a life member of the APST and had an observatory in Galt, Ontario.

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Goldie, John
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James Donaldson

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James C. Donaldson, L.L.D. (1843-96) was the Society's first non-resident member and an avid double star observer.

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Donaldson, James C.
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Observer's Handbook 1964

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THE OBSERVER’S HANDBOOK for 1964 is the 56th issue. The constellation names are given in French in addition to Latin and the official three-letter abbreviations; on the same page is listed the approximate position of the centre of each constellation. The table of miscellaneous astronomical data has been revised in accordance with the “Supplement to the Astronomical Ephemeris and Nautical Almanac”, 1961. Distances are given in kilometres as well as miles and recent observed values of solar parallax and velocity of light are included.

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Year: 
1964
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Pages: 
108

Observer's Handbook 1963

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THE OBSERVER’S HANDBOOK for 1963 is the 55th issue. The tables of the principal elements of the solar system and of the satellites have been revised to give the accepted values used in the national ephemerides; the inclination of the equator of each planet to its orbital plane has been added. Dimensions of Saturn’s rings are included. The predictions for the minima of Algol are based on the period and epoch used previously; from recent observations, these may be of the order of three quarters of an hour late.

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Year: 
1963
Month(s): 
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Pages: 
104

Observer's Handbook 1962

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THE OBSERVER’S HANDBOOK for 1962 is the 54th issue. The section on lunar occultations has been expanded to include all the predictions made for the Canadian Stations by the British Nautical Almanac Office; occultations of stars of magnitude 7.5 or brighter are listed. Comments are requested concerning the increased value of this enlarged section.

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Year: 
1962
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Pages: 
100

Observer's Handbook 1961

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THE OBSERVER’S HANDBOOK for 1961 is the 53rd issue. Several additions have been made: the pronunciations of the names of the constellations, a finding list of named stars, a small map of the moon and the maximum and minimum values of the moon’s libration in longitude and latitude. Additional explanations are given for sidereal time and for the correction for longitude in changing from local mean to standard time. Opposition ephemerides are given for the four brightest asteroids, together with a map of the path of Vesta near the time of opposition.

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Year: 
1961
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Pages: 
104

Observer's Handbook 1960

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THE OBSERVER’S HANDBOOK for 1960 is the 52nd issue. Two additions have been made: the range of change during the year of the longitude of the moon’s orbit and opposition ephemerides of the two brightest asteroids. Certain of the miscellaneous astronomical data and the section on time have been revised. The section on occultations has been extended to include stars of magnitude 5.3 or brighter.

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Year: 
1960
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Pages: 
100
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