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Regulus 1983 May-Jun

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This issue of Regulus is the longest-ever at 23 pages, and truly marks the zenith of Leo Enright's long tenure as the editor of Regulus.WM.

In This Issue:

  • AN EDITORIAL: ON ENTHUSIASM
  • A PLEASANTLY SUCCESSFUL ASTRONOMY DAY 1983
  • A SPECIAL HANDOUT FOR ASTRONOMY DAY 1983
  • THE 1983 QUEBEC GENERAL ASSEMBLY
  • A REPORT OF THE MAY 1983 NATIONAL COUNCIL MEETING
  • THE KINGSTON CENTRE'S 1983 NOVA AND COMET SEARCH PROGRAM
  • A REPORT ON OBJECTS TO BE FOUND IN A SAMPLE AREA OF OUR SEARCH PROGRAM
  • SOME REFLECTIONS ON THE PERSONAL COMPUTER FOR THE AMATEUR ASTRONOMER
  • TWO LETTERS FROM MARYLAND
  • ASTRONOMICAL POETRY
  • A LETTER FROM ALBERTA
  • DAVID LEVY'S AMAZING OBSERVING SESSION NUMBER 6207
  • FOR YOUR COMPENDIUM OF ESOTERIC FACTS (Frequency of stellar collisions)
  • COMET REPORTS
  • REPORTS AND OTHER ITEMS
  • Camera Kingston Ad
  • OUR FIRST PUBLISHED PHOTOGRAPH
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Regulus
Year: 
1983
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5
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May-Jun
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23
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32

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