WELCOME TO THE AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS ASSOCIATION OF NEW YORK



JUNE'S SKY 

UPCOMING EVENTS

October 1 (WED) - OBSERVING, LINCOLN CENTER PLAZA, MANH  [CANCELLED]
October 3 (FRI) - OBSERVING, FLOYD BENNETT FIELD, BKLYN
October 3 (FRI) - OBSERVING, LINCOLN CENTER PLAZA, MANH
October 4 (SAT) - OBSERVING, BROOKLYN MUSEUM
October 4 (SAT) - OBSERVING, LINCOLN CENTER PLAZA, MANH
October 5 (SUN) - OBSERVING, LINCOLN CENTER PLAZA, MANH
October 6 (MON) - OBSERVING, LINCOLN CENTER PLAZA, MANH
October 7 (TUE) - OBSERVING, HIGH LINE, MANH
October 7 (TUE) - OBSERVING, LINCOLN CENTER PLAZA, MANH
October 8 (WED) - OBSERVING, LINCOLN CENTER PLAZA, MANH
October 10 (FRI) - OBSERVING, CARL SCHURZ PARK, MANH
October 10 (FRI) - OBSERVING, ROSE HILL PARK, BRONX
October 10 (FRI) - LECTURE AT THE AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY
         Mercedes Richards: Exploring the Magic of Tomography from Medicine to Astronomy

Save the date! Saturday October 18, Urban Starfest in Central Park

 

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THE AAA IN THE NEWS 

 

WHAT IS THE AAA?
The Amateur Astronomers Association of New York was organized in 1927 to promote the study of Astronomy, emphasizing its cultural and inspirational value.

We sponsor lectures at the American Museum of Natural History by leading researchers, provide economical classes in astronomy to members, plan free solar observing and nighttime sky observing, and offer a school outreach program.

Check out what’s in the sky this month. We also produce a monthly news journal, Eyepiece, containing many articles of interest. Be sure to take a look at some of our members’ photos and articles.

All of our upcoming events are listed on the calendar. We hope you’ll come out and join us.