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Past paper and online versions of the Journal

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The Society’s Journal appeared from 1980 to 2010 about three times each year. Nos 1 to 50 were edited by David Gavine, later issues were edited by Horst Meyerdierks. The printed and web versions of the Journal, respectively, have been assigned International Standard Serial Numbers.

As of 2013, the Journal is continued in the form of an online blog moderated by Rachel Thomas.

ISSN 1756-5103 (print)
ISSN 1756-5111 (web)

Paper versions

ASE Journal Nos 1-37 were originally published only as paper version. These have been digitised and converted to web and PDF documents. They can be accessed below, but you will need a password: The authors of the time would have written their contributions on the assumption that only members of the Society and few others would normally access the Journal. It would not be right to have these old Journals now available to all Internet users and to have them indexed by web search engines. If you are a member or have a particular interest, please contact the webmaster or Secretary for access credentials.

Article index

Below is an index of all articles and contributions in ASE Journal Nos 1 to 64:

No 64 – December 2010

  • Alan Pickup, 2010, Cover page (Kellie Castle and garden), ASE Journal, 64, 1
  • Carol Gentle, 2010, Just the beginning!, ASE Journal, 64, 2
  • Horst Meyerdierks, 2010, Can’t see the universe for the stars, ASE Journal, 64, 4
  • 2010, Recent observations, ASE Journal, 64, 14
  • 2010, Forthcoming events, ASE Journal, 64, 16
  • 2010, Society news, ASE Journal, 64, 17
  • 2010, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 64, 19

No 63 – July 2010

  • Carol Gentle, 2010, Cover page (Lunar X or Werner X), ASE Journal, 63, 1
  • Graham Clarke, 2010, Insights into gravitation on Earth, ASE Journal, 63, 2
  • Horst Meyerdierks, 2010, NASA honours Edinburgh astronomer, ASE Journal, 63, 5
  • 2010, Recent observations, ASE Journal, 63, 8
  • 2010, Society news, ASE Journal, 63, 9
  • 2010, Forthcoming events, ASE Journal, 63, 10
  • 2010, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 63, 11

No 62 – March 2010

  • Horst Meyerdierks, 2010, Cover page (solar minimum), ASE Journal, 62, 1
  • Horst Meyerdierks, 2010, Book review: Haynes manual – Apollo 11, ASE Journal, 62, 2
  • Horst Meyerdierks, 2010, Astronomical Society of Edinburgh – Annual General Meeting, ASE Journal, 62, 3
  • 2010, Astronomical Society of Edinburgh – Annual Report for 2009, ASE Journal, 62, 5
  • Ondrej Urban, 2010, International Astronomical Youth Camp, ASE Journal, 62, 21
  • Horst Meyerdierks, 2010, Solar minimum, ASE Journal, 62, 22
  • 2010, Society news, ASE Journal, 62, 22
  • 2010, Forthcoming events, ASE Journal, 62, 23
  • 2010, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 62, 24

No 61 – November 2009

  • Angus Self, 2009, Cover page (The Lake Murray meteorite), ASE Journal, 61, 1
  • G.M. Clarke, 2009, Gravitational mass centres, ASE Journal, 61, 2
  • Angus Self, 2009, The Rob Elliott meteorite auction, ASE Journal, 61, 7
  • 2009, Society news, ASE Journal, 61, 14
  • 2009, Forthcoming events, ASE Journal, 61, 15
  • 2009, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 61, 16

No 60 – July 2009

  • Rachel Thomas, 2009, Cover page (Playfair Building at night), ASE Journal, 60, 1
  • 2009, Society news, ASE Journal, 60, 2
  • Ron Livesey, 2009, A letter to the Journal of the BAA, ASE Journal, 60, 4
  • Charlie Gleed, 2009, A grand event to celebrate the International Year of Astronomy, ASE Journal, 60, 6
  • 2009, Forthcoming events, ASE Journal, 60, 10
  • Clive Davenhall, 2009, Obituary: Mary Brück, ASE Journal, 60, 11
  • Horst Meyerdierks, 2009, The international month of the Moon?, ASE Journal, 60, 14
  • 2009, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 60, 16

No 59 – March 2009

  • Rachel Thomas, 2009, Cover page (birds and Moon), ASE Journal, 59, 1
  • 2009, Forthcoming events, ASE Journal, 59, 2
  • David Small, Ken Thomas, Rachel Thomas, 2009, Moonwatch in North Berwick, ASE Journal, 59, 3
  • Danny Gallacher, 2009, Observing session at the dark sky site, Addiewell, ASE Journal, 59, 5
  • 2009, 2009 A Space Odyssey, ASE Journal, 59, 9
  • Graham Rule, 2009, Astronomical Society of Edinburgh – Annual General Meeting, ASE Journal, 59, 11
  • 2009, Astronomical Society of Edinburgh – Annual Report for 2008, ASE Journal, 59, 15
  • 2009, Society news, ASE Journal, 59, 26
  • 2009, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 59, 28

No 58 – December 2008

  • Des Loughney, 2008, Cover page (total solar eclipse), ASE Journal, 58, 1
  • John C. Brown, 2008, IYA astro-happening at Science Festival, ASE Journal, 58, 2
  • David Gavine, 2008, Johann von Lamont – Bavaria’s Scottish Astronomer Royal, ASE Journal, 58, 3
  • Frank Howie, 2008, Never the TWAN shall meet?, ASE Journal, 58, 6
  • Des Loughney, 2008, Total eclipse of the sun on 1st August 2008, ASE Journal, 58, 8
  • 2008, Forthcoming events, ASE Journal, 58, 10
  • Horst Meyerdierks, 2008, Exoplanets come into view, ASE Journal, 58, 11
  • 2008, Recent observations, ASE Journal, 58, 12
  • Horst Meyerdierks, 2008, Variable star observing workshop, ASE Journal, 58, 14
  • 2008, Society news, ASE Journal, 58, 15
  • 2008, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 58, 16

No 57 – September 2008

  • Horst Meyerdierks, 2008, Cover page (transit telescope), ASE Journal, 57, 1
  • 2008, Society news, ASE Journal, 57, 2
  • Martin Allan, 2008, Telescope for sale, ASE Journal, 57, 2
  • Steuart Campbell, 2008, Why is it dark at night?, ASE Journal, 57, 3
  • Horst Meyerdierks, 2008, Kepler’s laws, ASE Journal, 57, 8
  • Des Loughney, 2008, BAA variable star observing workshop, ASE Journal, 57, 12
  • Richard Darn, 2008, Kielder Forest autumn star camp, ASE Journal, 57, 13
  • 2008, Forthcoming events, ASE Journal, 57, 13
  • 2008, Recent observations, ASE Journal, 57, 14
  • 2008, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 57, 16

No 56 – June 2008

  • Rachel Thomas, 2008, Cover page (Moon and Mercury), ASE Journal, 56, 1
  • Horst Meyerdierks, 2008, 28 years of ASE Journal – now online, ASE Journal, 56, 2
  • 2008, Society news, ASE Journal, 56, 7
  • 2008, Forthcoming events, ASE Journal, 56, 8
  • Horst Meyerdierks, 2008, Atmospheric extinction, ASE Journal, 56, 9
  • Neil Bone, 2008, Perseids 2008, ASE Journal, 56, 13
  • 2008, Recent observations, ASE Journal, 56, 14
  • Frank Howie, 2008, Moon and Mercury over Edinburgh, ASE Journal, 56, 15
  • 2008, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 56, 16

No 55 – March 2008

  • Horst Meyerdierks, 2008, Cover page (comet 17P/Holmes), ASE Journal, 55, 1
  • 2008, Society news, ASE Journal, 55, 2
  • Graham Rule, 2008, Astronomical Society of Edinburgh – Annual General Meeting, ASE Journal, 55, 3
  • Frank Howie, 2008, “Conjunction”, ASE Journal, 55, 4
  • 2008, Astronomical Society of Edinburgh – Annual Report for 2007, ASE Journal, 55, 5
  • Horst Meyerdierks, 2008, UN declares Year of Astronomy, ASE Journal, 55, 10
  • Horst Meyerdierks, 2008, Scottish Astronomers Group – reincarnated, ASE Journal, 55, 10
  • Iain McEachran, 2008, UK astronomy in funding crisis, ASE Journal, 55, 11
  • Dave Gavine, 2008, John Christopher Bartholomew, MA. FRSGS. FRSE., ASE Journal, 55, 12
  • Horst Meyerdierks, 2008, Book review: The lost language of the stars, ASE Journal, 55, 12
  • 2008, Recent observations, ASE Journal, 55, 13
  • 2008, Forthcoming events, ASE Journal, 55, 14
  • Dave Gavine, 2008, Asteroid “Harryford” 6907, ASE Journal, 55, 14
  • 2008, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 55, 14

No 54 – November 2007

  • Frank Howie, 2007, Cover page (noctilucent cloud), ASE Journal, 54, 1
  • Danny Gallacher, 2007, ASE questionnaire, ASE Journal, 54, 2
  • Bill Ward, 2007, SAG magazine and online forum, ASE Journal, 54, 3
  • Dave Gavine, 2007, Book review: Aurora, ASE Journal, 54, 3
  • Horst Meyerdierks, 2007, Observing group returns, ASE Journal, 54, 3
  • Horst Meyerdierks, 2007, Observing Mars in 2007/08, ASE Journal, 54, 4
  • 2007, Recent observations, ASE Journal, 54, 7
  • Horst Meyerdierks, 2007, A new dark site for ASE, ASE Journal, 54, 9
  • 2007, Forthcoming events, ASE Journal, 54, 10
  • 2007, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 54, 10

No 53 – July 2007

  • Martin Allan, 2007, Cover page (total lunar eclipse), ASE Journal, 53, 1
  • Ken Thomas, 2007, Solar observing, ASE Journal, 53, 2
  • Steuart Campbell, 2007, More on cooling the Earth, ASE Journal, 53, 5
  • Horst Meyerdierks, Dave Gavine, 2007, Minor planet (7170) Livesey, ASE Journal, 53, 6
  • 2007, Recent observations, ASE Journal, 53, 7
  • Graham Clarke, 2007, Moonrise, ASE Journal, 53, 8
  • Horst Meyerdierks, 2007, Two BAA meetings in Scotland, ASE Journal, 53, 9
  • Iain McEachran, 2007, Glen Lyon weekend 16-18 March 2007, ASE Journal, 53, 10
  • 2007, Forthcoming events, ASE Journal, 53, 12
  • 2007, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 53, 12

No 52 – March 2007

  • Ian Robson, Horst Meyerdierks, 2007, Cover page (comet C/2006 P1 McNaught), ASE Journal, 52, 1
  • Horst Meyerdierks, 2007, From the editor, ASE Journal, 52, 2
  • 2007, Recent observations, ASE Journal, 52, 2
  • Graham Rule, 2007, Annual General Meeting – March 16th 2007, ASE Journal, 52, 3
  • 2007, Minutes of the Annual General Meeting held on March 17th 2006, ASE Journal, 52, 4
  • 2007, Astronomical Society of Edinburgh – Annual Report for 2006, ASE Journal, 52, 6
  • Frank Howie, 2007, Observing through the years, ASE Journal, 52, 15
  • Horst Meyerdierks, 2007, ROE in new research council, ASE Journal, 52, 19
  • 2007, Forthcoming events, ASE Journal, 52, 19
  • 2007, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 52, 20

No 51 – December 2006

  • Horst Meyerdierks, 2006, Cover page (Earlyburn site), ASE Journal, 51, 1
  • Tony Markham, 2006, Observing from Edinburgh 1978-1984, ASE Journal, 51, 2
  • Steuart Campbell, 2006, Solar global warming, ASE Journal, 51, 3
  • Horst Meyerdierks, 2006, Pluto and the planets, ASE Journal, 51, 5
  • Iain McEachran, 2006, SAW 2006, ASE Journal, 51, 7
  • 2006, Recent observations, ASE Journal, 51, 8
  • Des Loughney, 2006, From the president, ASE Journal, 51, 9
  • Horst Meyerdierks, 2006, Earlyburn sold, ASE Journal, 51, 10
  • Horst Meyerdierks, 2006, From the editor, ASE Journal, 51, 10
  • 2006, Forthcoming events, ASE Journal, 51, 12
  • 2006, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 51, 12

No 50 – July 2006

  • 2006, Cover page (sundial at Fettes College), ASE Journal, 50, 0
  • 2006, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 50, 0
  • Des Loughney, 2006, Presidential news, ASE Journal, 50, 1
  • Alan Pickup, 2006, The March 29 eclipse from Libya, ASE Journal, 50, 3
  • Angus Self, 2006, Let there be rock – The story of the Hambleton meteorite, ASE Journal, 50, 8
  • Angus Self, 2006, Let there be rock – addendum, ASE Journal, 50, 12
  • Des Loughney, 2006, Brown Dwarfs, ASE Journal, 50, 13

No 49 – October 2005

  • 2005, Cover page (Harperdean AS, c. 1990), ASE Journal, 49, 0
  • 2005, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 49, 0, 11
  • Des Loughney, 2005, The future of the City Observatory, ASE Journal, 49, 1
  • D. Gavine, 2005, Obituary: Nora Jenkinson, ASE Journal, 49, 2
  • Dave Gavine, 2005, Centenaries of 2005, ASE Journal, 49, 3
  • 2005, The Scottish Astronomy Weekend 2005, ASE Journal, 49, 8
  • Dave Gavine, 2005, Book review: Atlas of the night sky, ASE Journal, 49, 9
  • 2005, Recent observations, ASE Journal, 49, 9
  • 2005, Forthcoming events, ASE Journal, 49, 11

No 48 – June 2005

  • 2005, Cover page (Kirriemuir Camera Obscura), ASE Journal, 48, 1
  • 2005, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 48, 1
  • Des Loughney, 2005, From the President, ASE Journal, 48, 2
  • Steuart Campbell, 2005, Cooling the Earth, ASE Journal, 48, 3
  • Lorna McCalman, 2005, See the Sun in a different light, ASE Journal, 48, 7
  • 2005, The 2005 Scottish Astronomy Weekend, ASE Journal, 48, 11
  • Des Loughney, 2005, Z Ursae Maioris, ASE Journal, 48, 11
  • Des Loughney, 2005, The Televue Radian eyepiece, ASE Journal, 48, 13
  • 2005, The Society at work and the City Observatory, ASE Journal, 48, 14

No 47 – December 2004

  • 2004, Cover page (transit of Venus), ASE Journal, 47, 1
  • 2004, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 47, 1
  • Dave King, 2004, From the President, ASE Journal, 47, 2
  • Ron Livesey, 2004, Observing is not believing, ASE Journal, 47, 5
  • Des Loughney, 2004, Eclipsing Binary Star – RZ Cassiopeiae, ASE Journal, 47, 7
  • 2004, The BAA Honours our former Vice-President, ASE Journal, 47, 9
  • Augustus de Morgan, 2004, The Astronomer’s Drinking Song, ASE Journal, 47, 10

No 46 – August 2003

  • 2003, Cover page (Dave Gavine with Lydia Brown medal), ASE Journal, 46, 1
  • 2003, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 46, 1
  • Dave King, 2003, From the President, ASE Journal, 46, 2
  • 2003, Astronomy News, ASE Journal, 46, 3
  • Steuart Campbell, 2003, Book review: The mystery of the Moon Illusion, ASE Journal, 46, 4
  • Dave Gavine, 2003, Yet another Edinburgh astronomer of the past, ASE Journal, 46, 5
  • 2003, Some recent observations, ASE Journal, 46, 5
  • Dave Gavine, 2003, The Recent Fade of R Coronae Borealis, ASE Journal, 46, 6
  • Dave Gavine, 2003, A wee bit about Nora Jenkinson, ASE Journal, 46, 7
  • 2003, Philip’s Mars observer’s guide, ASE Journal, 46, 7
  • Ken Thomas, 2003, Mars opposition – August 2003, ASE Journal, 46, 8
  • Graham Rule, 2003, BAA Honours Dave Gavine, ASE Journal, 46, 10
  • Lorna McCalman, 2003, From the Former President, ASE Journal, 46, 11

No 45 – December 2002

  • Neil Grubb, 2002, Cover page (Moon), ASE Journal, 45, 1
  • 2002, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 45, 1
  • Lorna McCalman, 2002, From the President, ASE Journal, 45, 2
  • Dave Gavine, 2002, Book review: Agnes Mary Clerke and the rise of astrophysics, ASE Journal, 45, 3
  • Dave Gavine, 2002, The Wigtown Astrofest, Nov 15-16 2002, ASE Journal, 45, 4
  • Dave Gavine, 2002, Book review: The One o’clock Gun : the story of Edinburgh’s time service, ASE Journal, 45, 5
  • Dave Gavine, 2002, The Leonid Meteors – 19/20 November 2002, ASE Journal, 45, 6
  • Graham Young, 2002, Mini Planets, ASE Journal, 45, 7
  • Des Loughney, 2002, W Lyrae, ASE Journal, 45, 8
  • Lorna McCalman, 2002, Scottish Astronomy Weekend 2002, ASE Journal, 45, 9
  • Graham Rule, 2002, The Society’s Library, ASE Journal, 45, 14

No 44 – December 2001

  • 2001, Cover page (Mary Brück with Lorimer Medal), ASE Journal, 44, 1
  • 2001, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 44, 1
  • Lorna McCalman, 2001, From the President, ASE Journal, 44, 2
  • Graham Rule, 2001, Lorimer Medal awarded to Dr Mary Brück, ASE Journal, 44, 3
  • 2001, Popular geology class, ASE Journal, 44, 3
  • Des Loughney, 2001, Two variables in Lyra, ASE Journal, 44, 4
  • Ron Livesey, 2001, The BAA Aurora Section Meeting, ASE Journal, 44, 6
  • 2001, Observing report, ASE Journal, 44, 7
  • Graham Rule, 2001, Society news, ASE Journal, 44, 8
  • 2001, Scottish Astronomy Weekend, ASE Journal, 44, 9
  • 2001, Telescope For Sale, ASE Journal, 44, 9

No 43 – April 2001

  • Horst Meyerdierks, 2001, Cover page (Moon), ASE Journal, 43, 1
  • 2001, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 43, 1
  • Lorna McCalman, 2001, From the President, ASE Journal, 43, 2
  • Dr Doran, 2001, An account of the aurora seen in London in the Year 1716, ASE Journal, 43, 3
  • 2001, B.A.A. Aurora Section Meeting, ASE Journal, 43, 3
  • William Samson, 2001, Dr Harry Ford, ASE Journal, 43, 4
  • Dave Gavine, 2001, Lord John McLaren – another Edinburgh astronomer, ASE Journal, 43, 5
  • 2001, Edinburgh International Science Festival 6 to 17 April 2001, ASE Journal, 43, 6
  • Ron Livesey, 2001, Where has the aurora gone?, ASE Journal, 43, 6
  • Dave Gavine, 2001, Binocular Variable Stars in 2000-2001, ASE Journal, 43, 7
  • Horst Meyerdierks, 2001, Postcard from Earlyburn, ASE Journal, 43, 8
  • Graham Rule, 2001, Astronomical publishing in Edinburgh in the 19th century, ASE Journal, 43, 9

No 42 – October 2000

  • Neil Grubb, Jim Douglas, 2000, Cover page (M31), ASE Journal, 42, 1
  • 2000, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 42, 1
  • Lorna McCalman, 2000, From the President, ASE Journal, 42, 2
  • 2000, Observing report, ASE Journal, 42, 3
  • Steuart Campbell, 2000, Letter to the Editor (operatic astronomy), ASE Journal, 42, 3
  • George Grant, 2000, Re-energising the ASE, ASE Journal, 42, 4
  • 2000, Debbie Geddes, ASE Journal, 42, 7
  • Ron Livesey, 2000, The Scottish Astronomy Weekend 2000, ASE Journal, 42, 8
  • 2000, Popular geology class, ASE Journal, 42, 9
  • 2000, Dr Harry Ford, ASE Journal, 42, 9
  • Laurent Souchu, Ron Livesey (transl.), 2000, Binoculars with 153 mm diameter mirrors, ASE Journal, 42, 10
  • Graham Rule, 2000, Are you on e-mail?, ASE Journal, 42, 13
  • Graham Rule, 2000, Lonely astronomers ads, ASE Journal, 42, 13
  • 2000, Scottish Astro-Fest, ASE Journal, 42, 14

No 41 – April 2000

  • 2000, Cover page (Lorna McCalman), ASE Journal, 41, 1
  • 2000, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 41, 1
  • Lorna McCalman, 2000, From the President, ASE Journal, 41, 2
  • Graham Rule, 2000, A note from the Secretary, ASE Journal, 41, 3
  • 2000, Science Festival, ASE Journal, 41, 3
  • 2000, Observations, ASE Journal, 41, 3
  • Will B. Joy, 2000, Book review: Collins wild guide – night sky, ASE Journal, 41, 4
  • Graham Rule, 2000, A 16th century French poet on astronomy, ASE Journal, 41, 5
  • Steuart Campbell, 2000, The Moon Illusion explained?, ASE Journal, 41, 8
  • Graham Rule, 2000, The Society’s Library, ASE Journal, 41, 9
  • Grant Wilson, 2000, Where have all the stars gone?, ASE Journal, 41, 10
  • Dave Gavine, 2000, Book review: Patrick Moore’s millennium yearbook, ASE Journal, 41, 11
  • 2000, Scottish Astronomers’ Group Meeting, ASE Journal, 41, 11
  • 2000, Scottish Astronomy Weekend 2000, ASE Journal, 41, 12
  • Dorothy Mackie, 2000, The Shuttle over Edinburgh, ASE Journal, 41, 13
  • Dave Gavine, Graham Rule, 2000, Professor Hermann Brück, ASE Journal, 41, 13
  • Graham Rule, 2000, Mr J I Dodds & Mr J D Weir, ASE Journal, 41, 14
  • Dave Gavine, 2000, Crossword, ASE Journal, 41, 15
  • Graham Rule, 2000, Why not name a star?, ASE Journal, 41, 16
  • Ron Livesey, 2000, Observing variable stars, ASE Journal, 41, 18

No 40 – December 1999

  • Harry Ford, 1999, Cover page (modified Scotch Mount), ASE Journal, 40, 1
  • 1999, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 40, 1
  • Alan Ellis, 1999, From the President, ASE Journal, 40, 2
  • Harry Ford, 1999, Cheap astrophotography – a variation on the theme, ASE Journal, 40, 3
  • Dave Gavine, 1999, The Scottish Astronomy Weekend 1999, ASE Journal, 40, 4
  • Lorna McCalman, 1999, Leonids 1999, ASE Journal, 40, 6
  • Dave Gavine, 1999, Other Observations, ASE Journal, 40, 7
  • 1999, Popular Astronomy Class, ASE Journal, 40, 7
  • Graham Young, Gerry Taylor, Dave Gavine, Maurice Frank, Graham Rule, 1999, The solar eclipse of August 11 1999, ASE Journal, 40, 8
  • Graham Young, 1999, The solar eclipse of August 11 1999 – The Great Hungarian Eclipse, ASE Journal, 40, 8
  • Gerry Taylor, 1999, The solar eclipse of August 11 1999 – Gerry Taylor in Devon was not so lucky, ASE Journal, 40, 9
  • Dave Gavine, 1999, The solar eclipse of August 11 1999 – Some went to Cornwall …, ASE Journal, 40, 11
  • Maurice Frank, 1999, The solar eclipse of August 11 1999 – … described graphically by Maurice Frank …, ASE Journal, 40, 11
  • Graham Rule, 1999, The solar eclipse of August 11 1999 – … while others stayed at home, ASE Journal, 40, 12
  • Dave Gavine, 1999, James Melvill sees a great Comet in 1577, ASE Journal, 40, 13
  • Ron Livesey, 1999, Book review: The young astronomer, ASE Journal, 40, 14
  • Graham Rule, 1999, Scottish Astronomers’ Group, ASE Journal, 40, 14

No 39 – Summer 1999

  • 1999, Cover page (members’ barbecue at Earlyburn), ASE Journal, 39, 1
  • 1999, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 39, 1
  • Alan Ellis, 1999, From the President, ASE Journal, 39, 2
  • 1999, Obituary – David Charles Todd AIB, ASE Journal, 39, 3
  • Dave Gavine, 1999, Observations, ASE Journal, 39, 3
  • 1999, Popular geology class, ASE Journal, 39, 3
  • Dave Gavine, 1999, Cheap and easy astrophotography, ASE Journal, 39, 4
  • Lorna McCalman, 1999, Fed up with earthly weather?, ASE Journal, 39, 6
  • 1999, Scottish Astronomy Weekend 1999, ASE Journal, 39, 8
  • Alan Ellis, 1999, Black holes – part 1 – history, ASE Journal, 39, 9
  • Graham Rule, 1999, Doing anything on August 11th?, ASE Journal, 39, 10
  • Dave Gavine, 1999, James Melvill sees a great fireball, ASE Journal, 39, 11
  • B. Ralph Chou, 1999, Eye safety and solar eclipses, ASE Journal, 39, 12
  • Fred Espenak, Jay Anderson, 1999, Eclipse Photography, ASE Journal, 39, 14
  • Graham Rule, 1999, Two One o’clock Guns, ASE Journal, 39, 17

No 38 – Summer 1998

  • 1998, Cover page (memorial to Thomas Henderson), ASE Journal, 38, 1
  • Alan Ellis, 1998, From the President, ASE Journal, 38, 2
  • 1998, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 38, 2
  • 1998, Eric George Crisp – an appreciation, ASE Journal, 38, 3
  • 1998, Recent observations, ASE Journal, 38, 3
  • 1998, Popular meteorology class, ASE Journal, 38, 3
  • Dave Gavine, 1998, Thomas Henderson 1798-1844, ASE Journal, 38, 4
  • Brian Kelly, 1998, Meteor notes, ASE Journal, 38, 5
  • 1998, Farewell to Duncan Waldron, ASE Journal, 38, 6
  • Charlie Gleed, 1998, CCD imaging with the Pictor 216, ASE Journal, 38, 7
  • Charlie Gleed, 1998, Lunar picture, ASE Journal, 38, 9
  • Charlie Gleed, 1998, Hypersensitisation of photographic film, ASE Journal, 38, 10
  • Graham Rule, 1998, Society news, ASE Journal, 38, 11
  • Duncan Johnstone, 1998, Memories and ideas of a new member, ASE Journal, 38, 12
  • 1998, Rocks from Space, ASE Journal, 38, 14

No 37 – December 1997

  • 1997, Cover page (the old Observatory), ASE Journal, 37, 0
  • Jim Nisbet, 1997, From the President, ASE Journal, 37, 1
  • 1997, Society news, ASE Journal, 37, 2
  • 1997, Observations, ASE Journal, 37, 2
  • 1997, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 37, 2, 15
  • Brian Kelly, 1997, Meteor notes – 1997 Perseids, ASE Journal, 37, 3
  • 1997, The 12th Scottish Astronomy Weekend, September 12-14, 1997, ASE Journal, 37, 4
  • 1997, Scottish Astronomers’ Group AGM, Saturday November 29 1997, ASE Journal, 37, 4
  • Graham Young, 1997, Observing planets, ASE Journal, 37, 5
  • Ron Livesey, 1997, Book review: The aurora – and introduction for observers and photographers, ASE Journal, 37, 5
  • Ron Livesey, 1997, Book review: The manic sun, ASE Journal, 37, 6
  • John D. Weir, 1997, Year 9 of the Venus tablets, ASE Journal, 37, 7
  • Lorna McCalman, 1997, The occultation of Saturn by the Moon, 11/12 November 1997, ASE Journal, 37, 7
  • Graham Rule, 1997, The GCSE Astronomy Class, ASE Journal, 37, 9
  • Mary T. Brück, 1997, Professor W. H. M. Greaves – The centenary of his birth, ASE Journal, 37, 10
  • 1997, The Scottish Astronomy Weekend 1998: An important notice, ASE Journal, 37, 10
  • Ron Livesey, 1997, Making drawings of telescopic objects, ASE Journal, 37, 11
  • Dave Gavine, 1997, George Guthrie Carey, ASE Journal, 37, 14
  • George Grant, 1997, Astro highlights from a first trip Down-Under: March 1977, ASE Journal, 37, 16

No 36 – February 1997

  • Charlie Gleed, 1997, Cover page (Orion nebula), ASE Journal, 36, 0
  • Jim Nisbet, 1997, From the President, ASE Journal, 36, 1
  • 1997, Society news, ASE Journal, 36, 2
  • Ron Livesey, 1997, Review: The aurora – Sun-Earth interactions, ASE Journal, 36, 3
  • 1997, Recent observations, ASE Journal, 36, 3
  • Charlie Gleed, 1997, First steps in astrophotography, ASE Journal, 36, 4
  • 1997, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 36, 6
  • Charlie Gleed, 1997, Cover picture (Orion nebula), ASE Journal, 36, 6
  • Alan Pickup, 1997, Comet Hale-Bopp – days of reckoning, ASE Journal, 36, 7
  • Graham Rule, 1997, The ASE Library, ASE Journal, 36, 9
  • Graham Rule, 1997, Correction to Syllabus Card, ASE Journal, 36, 10

No 35 – July 1996

  • John Reid, 1996, Cover page (comet Hyakutake), ASE Journal, 35, 0
  • Jim Nisbet, 1996, From the President, ASE Journal, 35, 1
  • John Reid, 1996, Front cover (comet Hyakutake), ASE Journal, 35, 1
  • 1996, Society news, ASE Journal, 35, 2
  • Steuart Campbell, 1996, Letter to the Editor (street lighting), ASE Journal, 35, 3
  • Graham Rule, 1996, Remarks (street lighting), ASE Journal, 35, 3
  • Ron Livesey, 1996, Book review: Getting started in astronomy – aurorae, ASE Journal, 35, 3
  • David Gavine, 1996, The Lorimer Lecture 1996 – James Nasmyth, ASE Journal, 35, 4
  • Ron Livesey, 1996, Tygorms, ASE Journal, 35, 11
  • 1996, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 35, 11
  • 1996, Ron Livesey with the Lydia Brown Medal, ASE Journal, 35, 12

No 34 – December 1995

  • 1995, Cover page (One o’clock gun), ASE Journal, 34, 0
  • Graham Rule, 1995, From the President, ASE Journal, 34, 1
  • 1995, Society news, ASE Journal, 34, 2
  • 1995, Scottish Astronomers’ Group AGM, ASE Journal, 34, 2
  • 1995, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 34, 2
  • Ron Livesey, 1995, Book review: The observational amateur astronomer, ASE Journal, 34, 3
  • 1995, Ron Livesey honoured by the B.A.A., ASE Journal, 34, 3
  • Brian Kelly, 1995, Meteor update – June to November 1995, ASE Journal, 34, 4
  • 1995, Observations, ASE Journal, 34, 5
  • Graham Rule, 1995, Simple astrophotography with the Cooke Refractor, ASE Journal, 34, 6
  • Steuart Campbell, 1995, A mirage of Venus, ASE Journal, 34, 7
  • Dave Gavine, 1995, Rev. Alexander Bryce and the Astronomical Pillar, ASE Journal, 34, 8
  • Graham Young, 1995, Light pollution and the limiting photographic magnitude on starfields taken from various sites using a standard lens only, ASE Journal, 34, 11
  • 1995, The Scottish Astronomy Weekend, 13-15 October 1995, ASE Journal, 34, 12

No 33 – June 1995

  • 1995, Cover page (Calton Hill Observatory), ASE Journal, 33, 0
  • Graham Rule, 1995, From the President, ASE Journal, 33, 0a
  • David Gavine, 1995, Richard Hugh Stoy, CBE MA PhD DSc FRSSA FRAS FRSE – an appreciation, ASE Journal, 33, 1
  • 1995, Society news, ASE Journal, 33, 2
  • Ron Livesey, 1995, Night on the bare mountain, ASE Journal, 33, 3
  • Dave Gavine, 1995, George Forbes, ASE Journal, 33, 5
  • 1995, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 33, 6
  • 1995, Recent aurorae, ASE Journal, 33, 7
  • Brian Kelly, 1995, Meteor update – August 1994 to May 1995, ASE Journal, 33, 8
  • Graham Young, 1995, Four minor planets observed and photographed from Hungary, ASE Journal, 33, 10

No 32 – December 1994

  • 1994, Cover page (Moon), ASE Journal, 32, 0
  • 1994, Professor Richard H. Stoy, CBE, FRSE. (1910-1994), ASE Journal, 32, 1
  • 1994, Society news, ASE Journal, 32, 1
  • 1994, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 32, 1
  • Graham Rule, 1994, From the President, ASE Journal, 32, 2
  • Steuart Cambpell, 1994, Book review: The Orion mystery, ASE Journal, 32, 3
  • Alan Pickup, 1994, Book review: The UFO mystery solved, ASE Journal, 32, 4
  • Russel Eberst, 1994, Book review: Philips atlas of the universe, ASE Journal, 32, 5
  • David Gavine, 1994, Book review: 100 questions and answers – space and spaceflight, ASE Journal, 32, 6
  • 1994, Recent observations, ASE Journal, 32, 7
  • Dave Gavine, 1994, The variable star AF Cygni, ASE Journal, 32, 8
  • David C. Todd, 1994, The Lorimer Bequest, ASE Journal, 32, 9
  • Dave Gavine, Neil Bone, 1994, Meteor update, ASE Journal, 32, 10

No 31 – June 1994

  • 1994, Cover page (70th anniversary), ASE Journal, 31, 0
  • 1994, Society news, ASE Journal, 31, 1
  • John Reid, 1994, Observing and photographing comets, ASE Journal, 31, 2
  • Dave Gavine, 1994, Some comet “lore”, ASE Journal, 31, 3
  • Steuart Campbell, 1994, Astronomy and the Great Pyramid, ASE Journal, 31, 5
  • Graham Young, 1994, Minor planets galore!, ASE Journal, 31, 7
  • 1994, Observations, ASE Journal, 31, 8
  • Brian Kelly, 1994, Meteor update, ASE Journal, 31, 9
  • 1994, Index to Journals 21 – 30, ASE Journal, 31, 11
  • 1994, 70th anniversary of the Astronomical Society of Edinburgh, ASE Journal, 31, 12
  • 1994, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 31, 12

No 30 – December 1993

  • John Reid, 1993, Cover page (Perseid), ASE Journal, 30, 0
  • 1993, Society news, ASE Journal, 30, 1
  • Jamie Shepherd, 1993, Book review – Meteors, Observers Handbook – Neil Bone, ASE Journal, 30, 2
  • George Grant, 1993, Deep sky from darkest Wales, ASE Journal, 30, 3
  • 1993, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 30, 4
  • Neil Bone, 1993, Aurorae and the sunspot cycle, ASE Journal, 30, 5
  • 1993, Observations, ASE Journal, 30, 8
  • John H Reid, 1993, 1993 Perseids: shower or drizzle?, ASE Journal, 30, 9
  • Colin Steele, 1993, “Did they or didn’t they?” The Perseids in 1993, ASE Journal, 30, 10

No 29 – May 1993

  • 1993, Cover page (Nora Jenkinson and John Reid), ASE Journal, 29, 0
  • 1993, Society news, ASE Journal, 29, 1
  • 1993, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 29, 1
  • 1993, Lorimer Medallist 1993: Mrs Nora Jenkinson, ASE Journal, 29, 2
  • 1993, Forthcoming meetings of the ASE, ASE Journal, 29, 2
  • Harry Ford, Dave Gavine, 1993, The Scottish meteorites, ASE Journal, 29, 3
  • 1993, Recent observations, ASE Journal, 29, 7
  • Fred Watson, Quentin Parker, 1993, A FLAIR for multi-object spectroscopy, ASE Journal, 29, 8
  • CDC Steele, 1993, Meteor showers in 1993, ASE Journal, 29, 11
  • 1993, Late News, ASE Journal, 29, 13
  • Dave Gavine, 1993, More on the Strathmore meteorite, ASE Journal, 29, 13

No 28 – September 1992

  • Duncan Waldron, 1992, Cover page (noctilucent cloud), ASE Journal, 28, 0
  • 1992, Society news, ASE Journal, 28, 1
  • 1992, Observations, ASE Journal, 28, 1
  • David Gavine, 1992, Some astronomical snippets from the Old Burgh Records of Edinburgh, 1655 to 1701, ASE Journal, 28, 2
  • 1992, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 28, 2
  • Graham Young, 1992, A new view of the Solar System, ASE Journal, 28, 3
  • D. Gavine, 1992, Thomas Dick (1774 – 1857) and the Plurality of Worlds, ASE Journal, 28, 4
  • R. J. Livesey, 1992, Should astronomy carry a Government health warning?, ASE Journal, 28, 10
  • Colin Steele, 1992, Meteor update – Summer 1992, ASE Journal, 28, 12

No 27 – April 1992

  • Duncan Waldron, 1992, Cover page (auroral arc), ASE Journal, 27, 0
  • 1992, Society news, ASE Journal, 27, 1
  • 1992, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 27, 1
  • R. J. Livesey, 1992, Review: Aurora – Sun-Earth interactions, ASE Journal, 27, 2
  • John Reid, 1992, Observing group, ASE Journal, 27, 2
  • Neil Bone, 1992, Some recent – and not-so-recent – aurorae, ASE Journal, 27, 3
  • Colin Steele, 1992, Meteor update Winter 1991/92, ASE Journal, 27, 10
  • 1992, Recent aurorae, ASE Journal, 27, 13
  • 1992, Scottish Astronomy Weekend, ASE Journal, 27, 14

No 26 – September 1991

  • Gerry Taylor, Sarah Watters, 1991, Cover page (solar eclipse Hawaii), ASE Journal, 26, 0
  • 1991, Society news, ASE Journal, 26, 1
  • 1991, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 26, 1
  • Gerry Taylor, Sarah Watters, 1991, Total solar eclipse, Hawaii 1991, ASE Journal, 26, 2
  • John Reid, 1991, Observing groups, ASE Journal, 26, 5
  • 1991, Recent observations, ASE Journal, 26, 5
  • David Gavine, 1991, Solar eclipses in Scotland, part 2, ASE Journal, 26, 6
  • Duncan Waldron, 1991, Photography of the aurora, ASE Journal, 26, 8
  • Graham Young, 1991, The calendar, part 2 (conclusion), ASE Journal, 26, 10
  • Steuart Campbell, 1991, Comments on “The calendar, part 1”, ASE Journal, 26, 11
  • 1991, MEPCO 92, ASE Journal, 26, 11
  • C. D. C. Steele, 1991, The Perseid Shower 1991, ASE Journal, 26, 12

No 25 – March 1991

  • 1991, Cover page (small Troughton transit telescope), ASE Journal, 25, 0
  • 1991, Society news, ASE Journal, 25, 1
  • 1991, Cover picture (small Troughton transit telescope), ASE Journal, 25, 1
  • 1991, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 25, 1
  • Gavin Ramsay, 1991, An observing trip to South Africa, ASE Journal, 25, 2
  • CDC Steele, 1991, Meteor update, ASE Journal, 25, 5
  • David Gavine, 1991, A total solar eclipse in Scotland, ASE Journal, 25, 6
  • Graham Young, 1991, The calendar, part 1, ASE Journal, 25, 9
  • Ron Livesey, 1991, Magnetometry, ASE Journal, 25, 11

No 24 – October 1990

  • 1990, Cover page (Dr Thomas David Anderson), ASE Journal, 24, 0
  • 1990, Society news, ASE Journal, 24, 1
  • 1990, Cover picture (Dr Thomas David Anderson), ASE Journal, 24, 2
  • 1990, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 24, 2
  • Neil Bone, 1990, Some highlights in Scottish amateur astronomy in the 1970s & 80s, ASE Journal, 24, 3
  • C. D. C. Steele, 1990, Meteor update, ASE Journal, 24, 12

No 23 – February 1990

  • Duncan Waldron, 1990, Cover page (memorial tablet to Thomas Henderson), ASE Journal, 23, 0
  • 1990, Society news, ASE Journal, 23, 1
  • 1990, Observations, ASE Journal, 23, 2
  • Neil Bone, 1990, Asteroids, ASE Journal, 23, 3
  • Steuart Campbell, 1990, Astronomy and the Great Pyramid, ASE Journal, 23, 7
  • Jack Heeley, 1990, The planetarium of Eise Eisinga, ASE Journal, 23, 8
  • 1990, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 23, 12
  • Colin Steele, 1990, Meteor update – January 1990, ASE Journal, 23, 13

No 22 – September 1989

  • 1989, Cover page (Moon through McEwan Telescope), ASE Journal, 22, 0
  • D. Gavine, 1989, Thomas Iain Reoch Neil – an appreciation, ASE Journal, 22, 1
  • 1989, Society news, ASE Journal, 22, 2
  • 1989, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 22, 2
  • Duncan Waldron, 1989, The Royal Observatory, Edinburgh – early days at Blackford Hill, ASE Journal, 22, 3
  • David Gavine, 1989, The Trifontial Scientific Society of Leith, ASE Journal, 22, 5
  • Alastair McBeath, 1989, An observer’s log, ASE Journal, 22, 7
  • 1989, The fourth Scottish Astronomy Weekend, September 1-3, ASE Journal, 22, 8
  • Colin Steele, 1989, Meteor update, ASE Journal, 22, 9
  • Gavin Ramsay, 1989, CH Cygni revisited, ASE Journal, 22, 10
  • 1989, Recent observations, ASE Journal, 22, 11

No 21 – May 1989

  • 1989, Cover page (City dome refractor), ASE Journal, 21, 0
  • David Gavine, 1989, Editorial, ASE Journal, 21, 0a
  • 1989, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 21, 0a, 2
  • 1989, Society News, ASE Journal, 21, 1
  • 1989, Obituary (John Gibson Kerr, Kenneth Hyslop, Tom Flood), ASE Journal, 21, 1
  • 1989, Scottish Astronomy Weekend – 1st to 3rd September 1989, ASE Journal, 21, 2
  • 1989, Cover picture (City dome refractor), ASE Journal, 21, 2
  • Eric Crisp, 1989, Reminiscences of a veteran A.S.E. member, ASE Journal, 21, 3
  • Steuart Campbell, 1989, Why was Sirius ‘red’?, ASE Journal, 21, 4
  • 1989, Erratum, ASE Journal, 21, 4
  • Alastair McBeath, 1989, An observer’s log, ASE Journal, 21, 4
  • Colin Steele, 1989, Meteors – Winter 1998, ASE Journal, 21, 6
  • 1989, Other observations, ASE Journal, 21, 6
  • David Gavine, 1989, Walter Biggar Blaikie – Astronomer and Historian, ASE Journal, 21, 8
  • Iain Neil, 1989, A sky miscellany, ASE Journal, 21, 9
  • 1989, Contents of the first twenty issues of the Journal, ASE Journal, 21, 10

No 20 – December 1988

  • James S. Shepherd, W. Alasdair Campbell, 1988, Cover page (fireball ground-path), ASE Journal, 20, 0
  • 1988, Owen Pearson, B.Sc. C.Chem. F.R.S.C., ASE Journal, 20, 1
  • 1988, Society news, ASE Journal, 20, 1
  • James S. Shepherd, W. Alasdair Campbell, 1988, The Glen Garry fireball of 1981 August 27, ASE Journal, 20, 2
  • 1988, Other observations, ASE Journal, 20, 8
  • Gavin Ramsay, 1988, Amateur observations of the sun, ASE Journal, 20, 9
  • 1988, Scottish Astronomers’ Group, ASE Journal, 20, 10
  • 1988, Astronomy lectures, ASE Journal, 20, 10
  • 1988, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 20, 10
  • Iain Neil, 1988, Brief flashes, ASE Journal, 20, 13
  • Colin Steele, 1988, Meteors, Summer-Autumn 1988, ASE Journal, 20, 14

No 19 – July 1988

  • 1988, Cover page (Troughton and Simms altazimuth circle), ASE Journal, 19, 0
  • 1988, Society news, ASE Journal, 19, 1
  • 1988, Observations, ASE Journal, 19, 1
  • Jack Heeley, 1988, Building a telescope, ASE Journal, 19, 2
  • David Gavine, 1988, An astronomical visit to the German Democratic Republic, ASE Journal, 19, 5
  • Colin Steele, 1988, Meteor Report, ASE Journal, 19, 9
  • Alastair McBeath, 1988, An observer’s log, ASE Journal, 19, 9
  • 1988, The Scottish Astronomy Weekend, ASE Journal, 19, 10
  • 1988, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 19, 10
  • Iain Neil, 1988, News miscellany, ASE Journal, 19, 11
  • Steuart Campbell, 1988, The last word on the Moon Illusion?, ASE Journal, 19, 13
  • 1988, Cover picture (Troughton and Simms altazimuth circle), ASE Journal, 19, 14

No 18 – February 1988

  • 1988, Cover page (Crawford dome), ASE Journal, 18, 0
  • 1988, Society news, ASE Journal, 18, 1
  • 1988, Recent observations, ASE Journal, 18, 2
  • 1988, Cover picture (Crawford dome), ASE Journal, 18, 2
  • Rod MacDonald, 1988, Dark stars and dinosaurs, ASE Journal, 18, 3
  • Steuart Campbell, 1988, Why are stars pointed?, ASE Journal, 18, 6
  • 1988, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 18, 6
  • Alastair McBeath, 1988, An observer’s log, ASE Journal, 18, 7
  • Iain Neil, 1988, Brief flashes, ASE Journal, 18, 9
  • Colin Steele, 1988, Meteor report 1987 Sept to 1988 Jan, ASE Journal, 18, 11
  • 1988, Late news, ASE Journal, 18, 13

No 17 – August 1987

  • 1987, Cover page (Nasmyth and telescope), ASE Journal, 17, 0
  • 1987, Society news, ASE Journal, 17, 1
  • 1987, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 17, 1
  • David Gavine, 1987, Sundials in the Edinburgh area, Part 3, ASE Journal, 17, 2
  • 1987, Recent observations, ASE Journal, 17, 4
  • Duncan Waldron, 1987, A letter from Coonabarabran, ASE Journal, 17, 5
  • Dave Gavine, 1987, Cover picture: James Nasmyth at his telescope, ASE Journal, 17, 6
  • Alastair McBeath, 1987, An observer’s log, ASE Journal, 17, 7
  • Graham Young, 1987, More on planetary conjunctions, ASE Journal, 17, 9
  • Dave Gavine, 1987, The City Astronomer’s Baton, ASE Journal, 17, 10
  • Gavin Ramsay, 1987, Some observations of variable stars, ASE Journal, 17, 10
  • Colin Steele, 1987, Meteors – spring and summer 1987, ASE Journal, 17, 13
  • 1987, Erratum, ASE Journal, 17, 13

No 16 – February 1987

  • 1987, Cover page (planetarium projector), ASE Journal, 16, 0
  • 1987, Society news, ASE Journal, 16, 1
  • Colin Steele, 1987, Meteor update, ASE Journal, 16, 2
  • 1987, Other observations, ASE Journal, 16, 2
  • Harry Ford, 1987, The story of the planetarium, ASE Journal, 16, 3
  • 1987, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 16, 11
  • J. Rostron, 1987, A final quote, ASE Journal, 16, 11
  • Steuart Campbell, 1987, An unusual stellar mirage, ASE Journal, 16, 12

No 15 – October 1986

  • James Shepherd, 1986, Cover page (Noctilucent Cloud), ASE Journal, 15, 0
  • 1986, Society news, ASE Journal, 15, 1
  • Alastair McBeath, 1986, An observer’s log, ASE Journal, 15, 2
  • 1986, Edinburgh observations, ASE Journal, 15, 3
  • Duncan Waldron, 1986, A letter from Australia, ASE Journal, 15, 4
  • David Gavine, 1986, Sundials in the Edinburgh area, Part 2, ASE Journal, 15, 5
  • Owen Pearson, 1986, Locating faint sky objects in the telescope, ASE Journal, 15, 9
  • 1986, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 15, 11
  • Colin Steele, 1986, The Perseid meteors 1986, ASE Journal, 15, 12

No 14 – April 1986

  • 1986, Cover page (Calton Hill transit telescope), ASE Journal, 14, 0
  • 1986, Society news, ASE Journal, 14, 1
  • 1986, Weekend astronomy course at Dundee, 19-21 September 1986, ASE Journal, 14, 1
  • Graham Young, 1986, For beginners – The apparent motions of the planets, ASE Journal, 14, 2
  • Steuart Campbell, 1986, The Moon Illusion, ASE Journal, 14, 3
  • D. Gavine, 1986, Editor’s note (regarding the Moon Illusion), ASE Journal, 14, 3
  • 1986, Observing report, ASE Journal, 14, 4
  • David Gavine, 1986, Sundials in the Edinburgh area, Part 1, ASE Journal, 14, 5
  • Alastair McBeath, 1986, An observer’s log, ASE Journal, 14, 9
  • Neil Bone, 1986, The Quadrantids, 1986, ASE Journal, 14, 11
  • 1986, Puzzle page, ASE Journal, 14, 14
  • 1986, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 14, 14

No 13 – November 1985

  • Duncan Waldron, 1985, Cover page (Comet Halley), ASE Journal, 13, 0
  • 1985, Society news, ASE Journal, 13, 1
  • 1985, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 13, 1
  • Duncan Waldron, 1985, Photography of Comet Halley with the 6″ Cooke, ASE Journal, 13, 2
  • N.M. Bone, 1985, Book review: Observer’s guide to Halley’s Comet, ASE Journal, 13, 3
  • N.M. Bone, 1985, Book review: Space garbage, ASE Journal, 13, 3
  • Alastair McBeath, 1985, An observer’s log, ASE Journal, 13, 4
  • Neil Bone, 1985, The Perseids in 1985, ASE Journal, 13, 7
  • Steuart Campbell, 1985, The star that never was, ASE Journal, 13, 10
  • Gavin Ramsay, 1985, Globular clusters through an amateur telescope, ASE Journal, 13, 11

No 12 – July 1985

  • D. Gavine, 1985, Cover page (Noctilucent Cloud), ASE Journal, 12, 0
  • Duncan Lunan, 1985, Astronomy in California, ASE Journal, 12, 1
  • 1985, Society news, ASE Journal, 12, 3
  • 1985, Observations, ASE Journal, 12, 3
  • Neil Bone, 1985, Meteor results from spring 1985, ASE Journal, 12, 4
  • 1985, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 12, 5
  • D. Gavine, 1985, An old Edinburgh observatory, ASE Journal, 12, 6
  • Graham Young, 1985, Planetary conjunctions, ASE Journal, 12, 7
  • Steuart Campbell, 1985, More on Bode’s Law, ASE Journal, 12, 9

No 11 – March 1985

  • 1985, Cover page (Harry Ford), ASE Journal, 11, 0
  • 1985, Society news, ASE Journal, 11, 1
  • 1985, Observing report, ASE Journal, 11, 1
  • 1985, Harry Ford – Lorimer Medallist 1984, ASE Journal, 11, 2
  • 1985, Quiz – odd one out, ASE Journal, 11, 3
  • 1985, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 11, 3
  • Neil Bone, 1985, The Orionid meteor shower, 1984, ASE Journal, 11, 4
  • D. Gavine, 1985, A Moon puzzle, ASE Journal, 11, 6
  • Steuart Campbell, 1985, Bode’s law and the evolution of the solar system, ASE Journal, 11, 7
  • D. Gavine, 1985, The Calton Hill observatories, Part 8 (conclusion), ASE Journal, 11, 11
  • Gavin Ramsay, Neil Bone, 1985, The variable star CH Cygni, ASE Journal, 11, 12
  • 1985, New members, ASE Journal, 11, 14
  • 1985, Answers to odd one out quiz, ASE Journal, 11, 14

No 10 – November 1984

  • J.D. Waldron, 1984, Cover page (Aurora ’82), ASE Journal, 10, 0
  • 1984, Society news, ASE Journal, 10, 1
  • Iain Neil, 1984, The Lorimer Trust and Medal, ASE Journal, 10, 2
  • Graham Young, 1984, Kepler’s laws related to the lengths of eclipses, ASE Journal, 10, 3
  • Gavin Ramsay, 1984, Observing under urban skies, ASE Journal, 10, 6
  • Alastair McBeath, 1984, How radio can help your astronomy, ASE Journal, 10, 7
  • Neil Bone, 1984, Meteor activity, summer 1984, ASE Journal, 10, 9
  • 1984, Scottish Astronomers’ Group meeting, ASE Journal, 10, 11
  • 1984, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 10, 11
  • 1984, The library, ASE Journal, 10, 12
  • 1984, List of Presidents from 1924, ASE Journal, 10, 13

No 9 – May-June 1984

  • Gavin Ramsay, 1984, Cover page (Thebit and the Straight Wall), ASE Journal, 9, 0
  • 1984, Society news, ASE Journal, 9, 1
  • 1984, New members elected 1983-84, ASE Journal, 9, 1
  • Neil Bone, 1984, BAA Meteor Section Northern Network: April Lyrids 1984, ASE Journal, 9, 2
  • Gavin Ramsay, 1984, Observing the moon, ASE Journal, 9, 4
  • 1984, Observing report, ASE Journal, 9, 6
  • 1984, Recent additions to the library, ASE Journal, 9, 6
  • 1984, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 9, 6
  • Alan Smeaton, 1984, A superfast film for astrophotography, ASE Journal, 9, 7
  • Duncan Waldron, 1984, Photography with the 6″ Cooke refractor, ASE Journal, 9, 8
  • Graham Young, 1984, The Australian sky, ASE Journal, 9, 9
  • D. Gavine, 1984, The Calton Hill observatories, Part 7, ASE Journal, 9, 12

No 8 – November 1983

  • 1983, Cover page (Northern Network), ASE Journal, 8, 0
  • 1983, Society news, ASE Journal, 8, 1
  • Neil Bone, 1983, A letter to the editor (following a JAS meeting), ASE Journal, 8, 2
  • 1983, Small ad, ASE Journal, 8, 2
  • 1983, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 8, 2
  • Gavin Ramsay, 1983, Observations, ASE Journal, 8, 3
  • Neil Bone, 1983, Observing report, ASE Journal, 8, 4
  • Jack Heeley, 1983, The 13-inch Cox reflector, ASE Journal, 8, 5
  • Duncan Waldron, 1983, Astrophotography, ASE Journal, 8, 6
  • Alastair McBeath, 1983, Perseid report 1983, ASE Journal, 8, 8
  • D. Gavine, 1983, The Calton Hill observatories, Part 6, ASE Journal, 8, 13
  • Gavin Ramsay, 1983, Buying a telescope, ASE Journal, 8, 14

No 7 – May-June 1983

  • 1983, Cover page (Royal Observatory Edinburgh), ASE Journal, 7, 0
  • 1983, Society news, ASE Journal, 7, 1
  • Gavin Ramsay, 1983, Observations – open clusters, ASE Journal, 7, 2
  • Neil Bone, 1983, The sun and the aurora, ASE Journal, 7, 3
  • Steuart Campbell, 1983, The Star of Bethlehem, ASE Journal, 7, 10
  • 1983, O-level astronomy – anyone interested?, ASE Journal, 7, 11
  • D. Gavine, 1983, The Calton Hill observatories, Part 5, ASE Journal, 7, 12
  • 1983, Quiz, ASE Journal, 7, 13
  • 1983, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 7, 13

No 6 – February 1983

  • 1983, Cover page (portrait of C. Piazzi Smyth), ASE Journal, 6, 0
  • 1983, Society news, ASE Journal, 6, 1
  • Alasdair Campbell, 1983, A letter to the editor (following a BAA meeting), ASE Journal, 6, 2
  • 1983, Aurora report, ASE Journal, 6, 2
  • 1983, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 6, 2
  • M. Gadsden, 1983, Measuring the height of noctilucent cloud (NLC), ASE Journal, 6, 3
  • Neil Bone, 1983, Recent meteor activity, ASE Journal, 6, 7
  • John S. Sim, 1983, Book review: The cosmic serpent, ASE Journal, 6, 11
  • Owen Pearson, 1983, Baily and his beads, ASE Journal, 6, 12
  • D. Gavine, 1983, The Calton Hill observatories, part 4, ASE Journal, 6, 12
  • Norman G. Matthew, 1983, The Star of Bethlehem, ASE Journal, 6, 14

No 5 – September 1982

  • 1982, Cover page (Perseid fireball), ASE Journal, 5, 0
  • Iain Neil, 1982, Norman G. Matthew FRAS FRSE, ASE Journal, 5, 1
  • 1982, Society news, ASE Journal, 5, 2
  • 1982, Observations, ASE Journal, 5, 2
  • Nora Jenkinson, Stuart Urquhart, 1982, Making a reflecting telescope, ASE Journal, 5, 3
  • Duncan Waldron, 1982, A.S.E. Journal quiz, ASE Journal, 5, 4
  • N.M. Bone, 1982, Review: The Kingfisher astronomy book, ASE Journal, 5, 5
  • D. Gavine, 1982, The Calton Hill observatories, Part 3, ASE Journal, 5, 6
  • Neil Bone, 1982, 1982 summer meteor projects – a preliminary report, ASE Journal, 5, 7
  • 1982, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 5, 9
  • Duncan Waldron, 1982, Answers to quiz, ASE Journal, 5, 10

No 4 – June 1982

  • 1982, Cover page (Nelson Monument), ASE Journal, 4, 0
  • 1982, Society news, ASE Journal, 4, 1
  • 1982, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 4, 2
  • 1982, Observing report, ASE Journal, 4, 2
  • Neil Bone, 1982, Three summer variable stars, ASE Journal, 4, 3
  • Kenneth Kennedy, 1982, Astrophotography, ASE Journal, 4, 5
  • 1982, Scottish Astronomers’ Group (SAG) meeting, May 29 1982, ASE Journal, 4, 8
  • 1982, The hard sums department, ASE Journal, 4, 8
  • N. Bone, 1982, Review: Comets, ASE Journal, 4, 9
  • D. Gavine, 1982, The Calton Hill observatories, Part 2, ASE Journal, 4, 9

No 3 – October 1981

  • 1981, Cover page (“Gothic Tower” observatory), ASE Journal, 3, 0
  • 1981, Society news, ASE Journal, 3, 1
  • 1981, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 3, 1
  • Sarah Wood, 1981, An introduction to H.A.S., ASE Journal, 3, 2
  • 1981, Recent observations, ASE Journal, 3, 2
  • Neil Bone, 1981, 1981 Perseid / δ Aquarid project: Northern Network report, ASE Journal, 3, 3
  • 1981, Crossword, ASE Journal, 3, 8
  • Dave Gavine, 1981, The Calton Hill observatories, Part I, ASE Journal, 3, 9
  • N.M. Bone, 1981, Book review: Meteor – an observer’s handbook, ASE Journal, 3, 10
  • N.M. Bone, 1981, Book review: The planets – a decade of discovery, ASE Journal, 3, 10
  • Steuart Campbell, 1981, The case for UFOs, ASE Journal, 3, 11
  • 1981, ASE beginners’ meetings session 1981-1982, ASE Journal, 3, 13
  • 1981, Crossword answers, ASE Journal, 3, 13

No 2 – April 1981

  • 1981, Cover page (Calton Hill Observatory in the 1840s), ASE Journal, 2, 0
  • 1981, Society news, ASE Journal, 2, 1
  • 1981, Crossword, ASE Journal, 2, 2
  • 1981, About the ASE Journal, ASE Journal, 2, 2
  • Neil Bone, 1981, The Northern Meteor Observing Network, ASE Journal, 2, 3
  • Dave Gavine, 1981, For members of Edinburgh Astronomical Society, ASE Journal, 2, 8
  • Dave Gavine, 1981, What to observe on a summer night, ASE Journal, 2, 9
  • Anne Forsyth, 1981, My holiday in the USSR from a space angle – 13-27.9.80, ASE Journal, 2, 11
  • 1981, Observation report, ASE Journal, 2, 13
  • Steuart Campbell, 1981, A letter to the Editor (UFOs), ASE Journal, 2, 14
  • Neil Bone, 1981, Reply to letter (UFOs), ASE Journal, 2, 14
  • 1981, Late news (SAG meeting), ASE Journal, 2, 15
  • Dave Gavine, 1981, Answers to the Edinburgh quiz, ASE Journal, 2, 15

No 1 – August 1980

  • 1980, Cover page (The Astronomical Society of Edinburgh logo), ASE Journal, 1, 0
  • D. Gavine, 1980, Editorial, ASE Journal, 1, 0a
  • A.J. Rostron, 1980, Voices from the past, ASE Journal, 1, 1
  • N.M. Bone, 1980, Did life originate in outer space?, ASE Journal, 1, 3
  • D. Gavine, 1980, And now for something completely different …, ASE Journal, 1, 8
  • 1980, A puzzle – PROBE into SPACE, ASE Journal, 1, 8
  • O. Pearson, 1980, Occultations, ASE Journal, 1, 9
  • 1980, SPACE PROBE, ASE Journal, 1, 12
  • 1980, Observation report 1979-80, ASE Journal, 1, 13
  • A. Pickup, 1980, Maze, ASE Journal, 1, 14
  • Gillian Pickup, 1980, A small crossword, ASE Journal, 1, 15
  • 1980, Answers to Who did what?, ASE Journal, 1, 15
  • 1980, Who did what?, ASE Journal, 1, 16
  • Gillian Pickup, 1980, Crossword answers, ASE Journal, 1, 16