Volume 20 No.1March/April 2017
About the JAHH and the coverInside Cover
Is the Universe expanding? Fritz Zwicky and the early tired-light hypothesisHelge Kragh2
Apianus’ latitude volvelles – how were they made?Lars Gilsén13
Scientists of the Gwansang-gam. 1: Observers of Comet 1P/Halley in 1759Nha Il-Seong, Oh Wan-Tak, Oh Yong-Hae, and Nha Sarah21
Cook, Green, Maskelyne and the 1769 transit of Venus: the legacy of the Tahitian observationsWayne Orchiston35
The principal time balls of New ZealandRoger Kinns69
The history of low frequency radio astronomy in Australia. 7: Philip Hamilton, Raymond Haynes
and the University of Tasmania’s Penna Field Station near Hobart
Martin George, Wayne Orchiston, and
Richard Wielebinski
Highlighting the history of Japanese radio astronomy. 5: The 1950 Osaka solar grating array proposalHarry Wendt, Wayne Orchiston, Masato Ishiguro,
and Tsuko Nakamura
On the history of the Argument from Design in astronomyAlan H. Batten119
Reception and dissemination of American amateur telescope making in SwedenJohan Kärnfelt126
Book Reviews (all)
Sternbilder des Mittelalters und der Renaissance: Der gemalte Himmel zwischen Wissenschaft und
Phantasie, Volume 2
by Dieter Blume, Mechthild Haffner, and Wolfgang Metzger
Marion Dolan138
Science: Antiquity & Its Legacy by Philippa LangClifford J. Cunningham140
The Invention of the Achromatic and Aplanatic Lens With Special Regard to the Role Played by
Samuel Klingenstierna by N.V.E. Nordenmark and Johan Nordström
Wayne Orchiston142
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Volume 20 No. 2July/August 2017
About the JAHH and the coverInside Cover
Studying the history of Indonesian astronomy: future prospects and possibilitiesWayne Orchiston145
The syzygy volvelle in Astronomicum CaesareumLars Gilsén155
Revisiting J.M. Gilliss’ astronomical expedition to Chile in 1849‒1852Germán Hidalgo Hermosilla161
Wanderings of the ‘Simply Perfect’ Burnham TelescopeJames Lattis177
The history of early low frequency radio astronomy in Australia. 8: Grote Reber and the ‘Square
Kilometre Array’ near Bothwell, Tasmania, in the 1960s and 1970s
Martin George, Wayne Orchiston, and Richard Wielebinski195
The time light signals of New Zealand: yet another way of communicating time in the pre-wireless eraRoger Kinns211
A tale of two telescopes: North Queensland and the 1882 transit of VenusWayne Orchiston and Vicki Darlington223
Book Reviews (all)
The Unforgotten Sisters: Female Astronomers and Scientists before Caroline Herschel
by Gabriella Bernardi
Jana Ruth Ford254
The Glass Universe: How the Ladies of the Harvard Observatory Took the Measure of the Stars
by Dava Sobel
Clifford J. Cunningham255
Discovery of the First Asteroid, Ceres by Clifford J. CunninghamDonald R. Davis256
Roman Portable Sundials. The Empire in Your Hand by Richard J.A. TalbertClifford J. Cunningham258
On Astronomia. An Arabic Critical Edition and English Translation of EPISTLE 3, edited and translated
by F. Jamil Ragep and Taro Mimura
Jörg Matthias Determann260
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Volume 20 No.3November/December 2017
About the JAHH and the coverInside Cover
Analysis of French Jesuit observations of Io made in China in AD 1689‒1690Lars Gislén264
Francesco Fontana and the birth of the astronomical telescopePaolo Molaro271
The origin and development of extragalactic radio astronomy: the role of CSIRO’s Division of Radiophysics
Dover Heights Field Station in Sydney
Wayne Orchiston and Peter Robertson289
The contribution of the Georges Heights Experimental Radar Antenna to Australian radio astronomyWayne Orchiston and Harry Wendt313
Peripheries of epicycles in the GrahalāghavaS. Balachandra Rao, V. Vanaja and M. Shailaja341
Did Aboriginal Australians record a simultaneous eclipse and aurora in their oral traditions?Robert S. Fuller and Duane W. Hamacher349
Book Reviews (all)
Observatories and Telescopes of Modern Times: Ground-Based Optical and Radio Astronomy Facilities
since 1945,
by David Leverington
Clifford J. Cunningham360
Radio Astronomer: John Bolton and a New Window on the Universe, by Peter RobertsonWayne Orchiston361
Unravelling Starlight: William and Margaret Huggins and the Rise of the New Astronomy,
by Barbara J. Becker
Wayne Orchiston362
Charles Olivier and the Rise of Meteor Science, by Richard TaibiWayne Orchiston363
Index 2017
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