Until recently the serious study of meteors was almost entirely an amateur activity in Great Britain. The British Astronomical Association—itself an amateur body—fostered the great work of Denning, who retired from his profession and lived in penury for the sake of his hobby, and in more recent times the work of J. P. M. Prentice, who is the present director of the meteor section of the Association.

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