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In addition to the magazine and other services TA has produced a number of special publications. Some of these are listed below.

The Great Comet of 1996

A record of the 1996 passage of Comet C/1996 B2 (Hyakutake)

Edited by Nick James

We have brought together some of the best colour and black and white pictures of the comet taken by observers from around the world. A total of 23 high quality photographs appear on four full-colour cover pages. Further black and white photographs illustrate articles written by leading comet observers. There is also a comprehensive 20 page summary of the comet's daily performance.

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The Great Comet of 1997

A record of the 1997 passage of Comet C/1995 O1 (Hale-Bopp)

Edited by Nick James

We have brought together some of the best colour and black and white pictures of the comet taken by observers from around the world. A total of 16 high-quality photographs appear on four full-colour cover pages. Further black and white photographs illustrate articles written by leading comet observers. There is also a comprehensive 43 page summary of the comet's daily performance.

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The First TA CD-ROM

An electronic compilation of TA publications

Edited by Nick James

This CD contains over 400MB of material including: The entire TA image archives for Comets Hyakutake and Hale-Bopp, The Comet Hyakutake and Comet Hale-Bopp Handbooks, An archive of TA e-circulars, The complete on-line TA web pages.

The disk is designed to be explored using a web browser such as Netscape. It is mastered to ISO 9660 level 2. This means that it can be used on any practically any computer system.

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The Second TA CD-ROM

An electronic compilation of galaxy images

Compiled by Nick James

The TA galaxy catalogue contains images of nearly 1,000 galaxies obtained from the master collections of supernova hunters Mark Armstrong and Tom Boles.

Images are stored in the JPEG format and they can be found easily since both the raw and stretched images are linked to a web-based index. This can be accessed using a standard web browser such as Netscape or Internet Explorer.

The disk is designed to be explored using a web browser such as Netscape. It is mastered to ISO 9660 level 2. This means that it can be used on any practically any computer system.

More details.


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