Events on the Horizon – September

Horizon beyond Central Park. Photo and annotations by Peter Tagatac

Upcoming AAA events in September

01 September/Sunday
Observing, North South Lake, Haines Fall, NY; members only

02 September/Monday

03 September/Tuesday
Observing, High Line, Manhattan; begins at 7:30PM

04 September/Wednesday
05 September/Thursday

06 September/Friday
Observing, Floyd Bennett Field, Brooklyn; begins at 8:30PM
Observing, Carl Schurz Park, Manhattan; begins at 8:30PM
Note: AAA returns to Lincoln Center 13 September. The Metropolitan Opera’s Summer HD Festival returns August 24 to present ten free outdoor opera screenings in Lincoln Center Plaza.

07 September/Saturday
SPECIAL EVENT, Autumn Starfest 2019 in Sheep Meadow, Central Park, Manhattan; begins at 7:00PM
Note: AAA returns to Lincoln Center 13 September. The Metropolitan Opera’s Summer HD Festival returns August 24 to present ten free outdoor opera screenings in Lincoln Center Plaza.
Observing, Pier i – Summer on the Hudson, Manhattan; Check “Upcoming Events” on aaa.org website (may be canceled for Autumn Starfest)
Observing, Great Kills, Staten Island; Check “Upcoming Events” on aaa.org website (may be canceled for Autumn Starfest)

08 September/Sunday
Observing, Observing at Pioneer Works, Brooklyn; begins at 7:30PM

09 September/Monday

10 September/Tuesday
Solar Observing, High Line, Manhattan; begins at 5:45PM
Observing, High Line, Manhattan; begins at 8:00PM
Class, Astronomy 101: Solar System Essentials, “Our Place in Space”, Manhattan; begins at 6:30PM

11 September/Wednesday
Observing, Riverdale, Bronx; begins at 8:30PM
Class, Recent Breakthroughs in Astronomy, “The Hubble Space Telescope”, Manhattan; begins at 6:30PM

12 September/Thursday
Observing, Riverdale, Bronx; begins at 8:30PM

13 September/Friday
Observing, Lincoln Center, Manhattan; begins at 8:00PM
Observing, Stargazing at The Evergreens Cemetery, Brooklyn; begins at 7:30PM

14 September/Saturday
Observing, Lincoln Center, Manhattan; begins at 8:00PM

15 September/Sunday
16 September/Monday

17 September/Tuesday
Observing, High Line, Manhattan; begins at 7:30PM
Class, Astronomy 101: Solar System Essentials, “Geocentric versus Heliocentric”, Manhattan; begins at 6:30PM

18 September/Wednesday
Class, Recent Breakthroughs in Astronomy, “The Hubble Space Telescope (cont’d)”, Manhattan; begins at 6:30PM
Board Meeting, AAA Board of Directors, Manhattan, begins at 6:30

19 September/Thursday

20 September/Friday
Observing, Lincoln Center, Manhattan; begins at 8:00PM

21 September/Saturday
Observing, Lincoln Center, Manhattan; begins at 8:00PM

22 September/Sunday
23 September/Monday

24 September/Tuesday
Observing, High Line, Manhattan; begins at 7:30PM

25 September/Wednesday
Class, Recent Breakthroughs in Astronomy, “Kepler and TESS Satellites”, Manhattan; begins at 6:30PM

26 September/Thursday

27 September/Friday
Observing, Lincoln Center(Last weekend of season), Manhattan; begins at 8:00PM

28 September/Saturday
Observing, Lincoln Center (LAST SESSION of season), Manhattan; begins at 8:00PM
Observing, North South Lake, Haines Fall, NY; members only

29 September/Sunday
Observing, North South Lake, Haines Fall, NY; members only
Solar Observing, Pier i – SunGaze on Sundays, Manhattan; 1:00 – 4:00PM

30 September/Monday

Related Articles