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Published by: National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand. (NARIT).
Ministry of Science and Technology, Thailand.
Editor: Professor Wayne ORCHISTON (Thailand)
Associate Editors: Dr Clifford CUNNINGHAM (Canada), Dr Duane HAMACHER (Australia), Dr Peter ROBERTSON (Australia), Professor Richard G. STROM (Netherlands)
Editorial Board: Dr Alan BATTEN (Canada), Dr Suzanne DÉBARBAT (France), Dr Steven DICK (USA), Dr Ian GLASS (South Africa), Professor Bambang HIDAYAT (Indonesia), Dr James LEQUEUX (France), Professor Nick LOMB (Australia), Professor Tsuko NAKAMURA (Japan), Professor NHA Il-Seong (Korea), Professor Ray NORRIS (Australia), Dr Yukio OHASHI (Japan), Professor F. Richard STEPHENSON (England), Professor Xiaochun SUN (China), Professor Joseph S. TENN (USA), Professor Virginia TRIMBLE (USA), Professor Mayank VAHIA (India), Professor Brian WARNER (South Africa), Professor Gudrun WOLFSCHMIDT (Germany).
The Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage, founded by John Perdrix and Wayne Orchiston in 1998, is now published three times yearly, in March/April, July/August and November/December and, as of 2012, is published online only. The journal features review papers, research papers, short communications, IAU reports, and book reviews. Papers on all aspects of astronomical history are considered, including studies which place the evolution of astronomy in political, economic and cultural context. Papers on astronomical heritage may deal with historic telescopes and observatories, conservation projects (including the conversion of historic observatories into museums of astronomy), and historical or industrial archaeological investigations of astronomical sites or buildings. All papers are refereed prior to publication. There are no page charges.
Contributions, including book reviews, should be e-mailed to the Editor, Professor Wayne Orchiston at: [email protected] or posted to him at: National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand, 191 Huay Kaew Road, Suthep District, Muang, Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand. But first, please refer to the "Guide for Authors".
All articles are now available free on this site and on the SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System.
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