This translation would not have been possible without the hard work and dedication of volunteers Fatemeh Bahrani and her colleagues, Ali Honarmand, Fateme Kayanikhoo, Mozhde Mohamadi, Sajad Safari, and Arezoo Saleki of theDr. Hesabi Institute in Shiraz, Iran (http://www.dr-hesabi.org).
Thanks to the hard work, dedication, and persistence(!) of AAVSO member/observer Péter Molnár and Dr. László Kiss, the January 2010 edition of the "Manual for Visual Observing of Variable Stars" is now available in Hungarian.
Thanks to the efforts of Cheng Simiao, a young and very enthusiastic observer from Beijing, we now have a new, more up-to-date Chinese version of the "Manual for Visual Observing of Variable Stars" available for download. He wishes that this edition be thought of as a 100th birthday present to the AAVSO as well as an 18th birthday gift to himself.
This is one of two ASCII formats that the AAVSO accepts for variable star observations. Observations in this format may be submitted using the WebObs File Upload Tool. The other format is intended for CCD, DSLR, PEP, and VISDIG (visual observations made from digital images) observers and is called the AAVSO Extended File Format.