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    BIBLIOGRAPHY of PETER MACKENZIE MILLMAN (1906 - 1990)
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    22. The frequency distribution of the time intervals between meteors. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. 
        Canada 30,338-342,1936.
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    26. Meteor photography. Amateur Telescope Making, Advanced, p. 544, 1937. Reprinted, 
        J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 31, 295-310, 1937.
    27. General instructions for meteor observing. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 31, 255-272, 1937.
    28. A study of meteor photographs taken through a rotating shutter. (with D. Hoffleit) 
        Harvard Annals 105, 601-621, 1937.
    29. Meteor news, 1937. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 31, 43-52, 93-96, 137-140, 181-183, 
        225-226, 279-280, 317-318, 363-366, 398-399, 433-440; 1937.
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        417-430, 1938.
    31. Meteorite statistics. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 32, 201-206, 1938.
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    33. Is there vegetation on Mars? The Sky 3, no. 10, 10- 11, 1939.
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        217-221, 260-261, 301-309, 387-391, 439-444; 1939.
    35. The Perseid meteor shower, 1939. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 34, 117-129, 1940.
    36. Photographing the recent grouping of the planets. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 34, 
        87-88, 1940.
    37. The Perseid meteor shower, 1940. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 34, 469-479, 1940.
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    40. R.C.A.F. Operation Eclipse. Sky and Télescope 4, no. 11, 3-4, 1945.
    41. Giacobinid meteor spectra. HCO Announcement Card 782, 1946.
    42. Winter Exercise Musk-Ox. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 40, 17-22, 1946.
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        of 1947. (with D.W.R. McKinley and M.S. Burland) Nature, 161, 278-280, 1948.
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        D.W.R. McKinley) Can. J. Res. Sec. A, 27, 53-67, 1949.
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        and Z. Kopal) Astrophys. J. 111, 104-133, 1950.
    49. Spectrum of a meteor train. Nature 165, 1013-1014, 1950.
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        155-157, 234-238; 1952.
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        D.W.R. McKinley) Can. J. Phys. 31, 171-181, 1953.
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        Canada 47, 237-246, 1953.
    58. Radio observations of meteors. Science 120, 325-328. 1954.
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    63. A profile study of the New Quebec Crater. Publ. Dom. Obs. 18, 59-82, 1956.
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    67. The visibility of stars during twilight. J. Institute of Navigation 10, 11 - 16, 1957.
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    69. Mars at the 1956 opposition. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 51, 129-132, 1957.
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    71. The upper atmosphere and current research. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 51, 334-340, 1957.
    72. Meteor news, 1957. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 51, 113-115, 161-164, 263-265; 1957.
    73. Satellite periods and velocities. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 52, 60-64, 1958.
    74. Meteor news, 1958. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 52, 29-33, 181-184, 230-232, 
        275-276; 1958.
    75. The Meanook-Newbrook Meteor Observatories. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 53, 
        15-33, 1959.
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    77. The contents of space near the Earth. Can. Aeronautical J. 5, 358-362, 1959.
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    79. Note on some observational characteristics of meteor radar echoes. J. Geophys. Res. 
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    81. The Brent Crater. (with B.A. Liberty, J.F. Clark, P.L. Willmore and M.J.S. Innes) 
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    82. Space astronomy. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 54, 216-221, 1960.
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    84. Meteor news, 1960. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 54, 39-41, 189-192, 247-248; 1960.
    85. The near-infrared spectrum of meteors. (with I. Halliday) Planetary and Space Sci. 5, 
        137-140, 1961.
    86. This Universe of Space. CBC Publications Dept., Toronto, pp. 1- 119, 1961.
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        265-267; 1961.
    88. The meteor radar echo - an observational survey. Astron J. 67, 235-240, 1962.
    89. Meteor. Collier's Encyclopedia 16, 35-38, 1962.
    90. 22b Sous-commission pour nonnaliser la terminologie et les notations concernant les 
        météores. Trans. I.A.U. 11A, 228-230; 11B, 272-273; 1962.
    91. Find a falling star. The Roundel 14, No. 6, 16-20, 1962.
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    94. Survey of observations of meteor trails. American Inst. Aeronautics and Astronautics 
        J. 1, 1028-1033,1963.
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        Contr. Astrophys. 7, 45-51, 1963.
    96. A general survey of meteor spectra. Smithsonian Contr. Astrophys. 7, 119-127, 1963.
    97. Terminology in meteoric astronomy. Meteoritics 2, 7-11, 1963.
    98. Meteors. (with D.W.R. McKinley) The Solar System IV ed. B.M. Middlehurst and 
        G.P. Kuiper, Univ. Chicago Press, 674-773, 1963.
    99.  Meteor, meteor crater, meteorite. Harper Encyclopedia of Science 3, 756-768, 1963.
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    101. Meteor news, 1963. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 57, 89-92, 137-139, 181-183; 1963.
    102. Visual auroral observing for North America in the I.Q. S. Y. (with C.W. Gartlein) J. 
    Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 58, 1-2, 1964.
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    104. Meteor radar counts - anomalous increase during 1963. (with B.A. Mclntosh) 
         Science 146, 1457-1458,1964.
    105. Meteor news, 1964. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 58, 41-45, 179-182, 229-23 1; 1964.
    106. The I.A.U. meets in Hamburg. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 59, 3-5, 1965.
    107. Meteor news, 1965. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 59, 39-42, 143-146; 1965.
    108. North America aurora visoplots. (with C. W. Gartlein and G. C. Sprague) WDC-A 
         Auroral Data Center, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y., October 1965.
    109. Meteor radar statistics. II. (with B.A. McIntosh) Can. J. Phys. 44, 1593-1602, 1966.
    110. Big gun on Barbados. Sky and Telescope 32, 64-67, 1966.
    111. Craters. Meteoritics 3, 55-57, 1966.
    112. Meteor news, 1966. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 60, 151-152, 242-244; 1966.
    113. Some characteristics of the major meteor showers. Smithsonian Contr. Astrophys. 
         11, 105-108, 1967.
    114. Radar meteor echoes. Smithsonian Contr. Astrophys. 11, 151-155, 1967.
    115. Stars fall over Canada, (with D.W.R. McKinley) J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 61, 
         277-294, 1967.
    116. Award of the Leonard Medal to Dr C. S. Beals. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 61, 
         53-55, 1967.
    117. Presidential report for the 1962-1966 term of the Meteoritical Society - Lines and 
         squares. Meteoritics 3, 89-96, 1967.
    118. Meteor news, 1967. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 61, 89-92, 151-153; 1967.
    119. Observational evidence of the meteoritic complex. The Zodiacal Light and the 
         Interplanetary Medium ed. J.L. Weinberg, NASA SP-150, Washington, D.C., 
         399-407, 1967.
    120. Reports on Astronomy, I.A.U. Commission 22, Météores et Météorites. Trans. 
         LA.U. 13A, 429-443,1967.
    121. The radar meteor echo. Physics and Dynamics of Meteors ed. L. Kresak and P.M. 
         Millman, D. Reidel Publ. Co., Dordrecht, 3-13, 1968.
    122. A brief survey of upper-air spectra. Physics and Dynamics of Meteors ed. L. Kresak 
         and P.M. Millman, D. Reidel Publ. Co., Dordrecht, 84-90, 1968.
    123. Physics and Dynamics of Meteors. (editor, with L. Kresak) D. Reidel Publ. Co., 
         Dordrecht, pp. xiv + 525, 1968.
    124. Meteor news, 1968. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 62, 387-390, 1968.
    125. The Canadian visual auroral program. Ann. de Géophys. 24, 513-516, 1968.
    126. Astronomical information on meteorite orbits. Meteorite Research ed. P. M. 
         Millman, D. Reidel Publ. Co., Dordrecht, 541-551, 1969.
    127. Conjugate-point auroral studies at Byrd and Great Whale stations. Antarctic J. 
         United States 4, 231-232,1969.
    128. The effects of observational errors on the determination of meteorite orbits. 
         (abstract) Meteoritics 4,197-198,1969.
    129. Meteorite Research. (editor) D. Reidel Pubi. Co., Dordrecht, pp. xvi + 941, 1969.
    130. The Leonids by radar. (with B.A. McIntosh) Meteoritics 5, 1-18, 1970.
    131. Meteor showers and interplanetary dust. Space Research 10, 260-265, 1970.
    132. Canadian craters on the Moon. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 64, 375-376, 1970.
    133. Relative heights of various features in meteor spectra. (abstract) Meteoritics 5, 212, 1970.
    134. Meteor news, 1970. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 64, 55-59, 114-116, 187-190, 
         251-253, 371-372;1970.
    135. Spectroscopy of Perseid meteors with an image orthicon, (with A.F. Cook and C.L. 
         Hemenway) Can. J. Phys. 49, 1365-1373, 1971.
    136. Photometric analysis of spectrograms of two Perseid meteors. (with A.F. Cook and 
         I. Halliday) Can J. Phys. 49, 1738-1749, 1971.
    137. The space scars of Earth. Nature 232, 161-164, 1971.
    138. The meteoritic hazard of interplanetary travel. American Scientist 59, 700-705, 1971.
    139. Cometary meteoroids. From Plasma to Planet ed. A. Elvius, Nobel Symposium 21, 
         Almqvist and Wiksell, Stockholm, 157-168, 1971.
    140. Recent advances in meteor spectroscopy. (abstract) Meteoritics 6, 293, 1971.
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    142. Visual auroral observations in Canada, February-March, 1970. Data on 
         Solar-Geophysical Activity Associated with the Major Geomagnetic Storm of March 
         8, 1970 compiled by J.V. Lincoln and D. B. Bucknam, Rep. UAG- 12, Boulder, 307, 1971.
    143. Conjugate-point auroral studies at Byrd and Great Whale Stations, 1970. Antarctic J. 
         United States 6, 224-225, 1971.
    144. Giacobinid meteor spectra. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 66, 201-211, 1972.
    145. Ernst Ôpik and meteoritics. Irish Astron. J. 10, special issue, 46-49, 1972.
    146. A tribute to Simon Newcomb - July 9, 1972, J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 66, 
         277-278, 1972.
    147. Planetology. (editor, with M.R. Dence) Sect. 15, Internat. Geological Congress, 24th 
         session, Montreal. pp. xii + 170, 1972.
    148. The observational evidence for mass distribution in the meteoritic complex. The 
         Moon 8, 228-240,1973.
    149. Image-orthicon spectra of Geminids in 1969. (with A.F. Cook and C.L. Hemenway) 
         Evolutionary and Physical Properties of Meteoroids ed. C. L. Hemenway, P. M. 
         Millman and A.F. Cook, NASA SP-319, Washington, D.C., 147-151, 1973.
    150. An unusual meteor spectrum. (with A.F. Cook, C.L. Hemenway and A. Swider) 
         Evolutionary and Physical Properties of Meteoroids ed. C.L. Hemenway, P.M. 
         Millman and A.F. Cook, NASA SP-319, Washington, D.C., 153-159, 1973.
    151. Spectroscopy of Project Fire, April 14, 1964. Evolutionary and Physical Properties 
         of Meteoroids ed. C.L. Hemenway, P.M. Millman and A.F. Cook, NASA SP-319, 
         Washington, D.C., 161-167, 1973.
    152. Evolutionary and Physical Properties of Meteoroids. (editor, with C.L. Hemenway 
         and A.F. Cook) NASA SP-319, Washington, D.C. pp. vi + 378, 1973.
    153. Personal equations and errors in visual magnitude estimates of meteors. (with J. 
         Stohl) Bull. Astron, Inst. Czechoslovakia 24, 321-330, 1973.
    154. Airborne observations of the 1972 Giacobinids. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 67, 
         35-38, 1973.
    155. The traditional features of Mars compared with the geologic map of the planet. J. 
         Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 67, 115-122, 1973.
    156. Interplanetary material. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 68, 13-22, 1974.
    157. Meteor. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 15th ed. Macropaedea 12, 36-39, 1974.
    158. The fourth annual meeting of the AAS Division for Planetary Sciences, Tucson, 
         Arizona, March 20-23, 1973. Icarus 20, 346-354, 1973; Erratum, Icarus 22, 401, 1974.
    159. Dust in the solar system. The Dusty Universe ed. G.B. Field and A.G.W. Cameron, 
         Neale Watson Academic Publ. Inc., New York, 185-209, 1975.
    160. SEC vidicon spectra of Geminid meteors, 1972. (with K.S. Clifton) Can J. Phys. 53, 
         1939-1947,1975.
    161. Seven maxims of UFOs - a scientific approach. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 69, 
         175-188, 1975.
    162. Eric Mervyn Lindsay - some recollections. Irish Astron. J. 12, 155-157, 1975.
    163. Quadrantid meteors from 41,000 feet. Sky and Telescope 51, 225-228, 1976.
    164. Meteors and interplanetary dust. Interplanetary Dust and Zodiacal Light ed. H. 
         Elsasser and H. Fechtig, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 359-372, 1976.
    165. Spectroscopy of small cometary particles. Proc. Shuttle-Based Science Workshop, 
         NASA, Huntsville, Alabama, 150-159, 1976.
    166. Topographical nomenclature on planetary bodies. Icarus, 29, 155-157, 1976,
    167. The chemical composition of cometary meteoroids. Comets, Asteroids, Meteorites: 
         Interrelations, Evolution and Origins ed. A.H. Delsemme, Univ. of Toledo, 127-132, 1977.
    168. Working group for planetary system nomenclature. Trans. I.A.U. 16B, 321-369, 
         1977; 17A Part 1, 113-114, 1979; 17B, 285-304, 1980; 18A, 669, 1982; 18B, 
         331-345, 1983.
    169. Reynold Kenneth Young, 1886-1977. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 72, 181-188, 1978.
    170. Reynold Kenneth Young, 1886-1977. Proc. Roy. Soc. Canada, 4th series, 16, 
         119-124, 1978.
    171. Relative abundances of elements in Geminid meteoroids - a progress report. 
         (abstract, with K. S. Clifton) Meteoritics 13, 562, 1978.
    172. Video techniques in comet-debris studies. (with K.S. Clifton) Sky and Telescope 57, 
         21-23, 1979.
    173. Interplanetary dust. Naturwissenschaften 66, 134-139, 1979.
    174. One hundred and fifteen years of meteor spectroscopy. Solid Particles in the Solar 
         System ed. 1. Halliday and B.A. Mclntosh, D. Reidel Publ. Co., Dordrecht, 121-128, 1980.
    175. Summary of I. A.U. Symposium 90. Solid Particles in the Solar System ed. I. 
         Halliday and B. A. McIntosh, D. Reidel Publ. Co., Dordrecht, 429-431, 1980.
    l76. Harry Hemley Plaskett, 1893-1980. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 74, 234-236, 1980.
    177. The Herschel dynasty - Part I: William Herschel; Part II; John Herschel; Part III: 
         Alexander Stewart Herschel. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 74, 134-146, 203-215, 
         279-290; 1980.
    178. Current trends in meteor spectroscopy. Highlights of Astronomy ed. R.M.West, D. 
         Reidel Publ. Co., Dordrecht, 6, 405-410, 1983.
    179. The chemistry and physics of Comet Halley fragments. Proc. Congrès Astronomique 
         1983, Quebec, P.Q., 78-81, 1983.
    180. Names on other worlds. Sky and Telescope 67, 23-27, 1984.
    181. Bart Jan Bok, 1906-1983. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 78, 3-7, 1984.
    182. Naming the scenery on other worlds. Astronomickeskii Vestnik 18, 342-345, 1984; 
         English edition, Solar System Res. 18, 221-223, 1985.
    183. Minor planet news. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 82, 301-303, 1988.
    184. Alice Vibert Douglas, 1894-1988. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 82, 309-311, 1988.
    185. The naming of minor planets. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 82, 362-364, 1988.
    186. Minor planets and the Canadian connection. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada 83, 329, 1989.
    187. Earth, impact craters. Van Nostrand Reinhold Encyclopedia of Astronomy and 
         Astrophysics, in press, 1991.
    
The bibliography above includes all known research papers by Dr Millman plus numerous reports and notes, whenever there was a significant scientific content. Abstracts of papers presented at scientific meetings are included only if it appears the content was not published in a more lengthy version. Book reviews and some short notes have not been included. Scientific volumes for which Dr Millman was editor or a co-editor are listed in the bibliography. The pages of Meteor News, if collected together, would constitute a large volume. A few of these entries are complete research papers and were listed as such by Dr Millman. These appear as separate entries in the bibliography. Some articles of Meteor News include signed contributions by various workers in meteoric science. Meteor News appeared in 25 volumes of the RASC Journal and an entry appears in the bibliography for each of these years. Source: The Royal Astronomical Society of Canada Copyright ©2005 Joseph Daniels (http://ufo-joe.tripod.com -or- UFO-Joe@lycos.com), Free to distribute for non-commercial use provided this notice not altered or removed.