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In case you did not see the Front Page announcement or receive the membership mailing, I wanted to let you know that the latest AAVSO Newsletter - No. 53 - went online last week and may be viewed at http://www.aavso.org/aavso-newsletter-53-now-online.

Happy reading and good observing,

Elizabeth Waagen, Editor, AAVSO Newsletter

Newsletter 54 now available online
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The latest AAVSO Newsletter, No. 54, is now available online at http://www.aavso.org/aavso-newsletter !

Newsletter 55 and 56
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I apologize for missing the update for Newsletter 55, which was made available online in January 2013.  Newsletter 56 has gone online as well.  These and all other newsletters may be viewed at http://www.aavso.org/aavso-newsletter .

October 2013 Newsletter online
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Newsletter 58 is now available online at http://www.aavso.org/aavso-newsletter !

Newsletter 59, January 2014
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Newsletter 59 is now available online at http://www.aavso.org/aavso-newsletter !

Newsletter 59 corrected
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There was an error in the original posting of Newsletter 59 - some figures were switched in the article on Cataclysmic Variables. If you downloaded the newsletter before 6:30 PM EST on January 13, please discard it and download the corrected copy.

Very sincere apologies to author Mike Simonsen and to any readers incovenienced!

Elizabeth Waagen, Editor AAVSO Newsletter

AAVSO Newsletter and Spectroscopy
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I just downloaded the latest Newsletter. A great job.

I am curious why there is no section on spectroscopy. Over the past couple of months there has been a fair amount of spectral data posted on the recent novae. This is very interesting and certainly compliments the photometric data. I know others are also interested in what is going on with the AAVSO and Spectroscopy. What are the plans? Why no mention of the reported data in the latest Newsletter?

I have been communicating with Dr. Templeton about the Orion Project (which is both photometry and spectroscopy observing). It would have been nice to see some mention of that.

I am hoping things will imporve in this new year and the AAVSO will understand and appreciate the role of spectroscopy and embrace the contributions.

Jeff (187283)
Hopkins Phoenix Observatory

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