Author: Alfredo Viegas

Message from the President

Volunteering and taking an active role in running our club is not only vital for our NYC community but also immensely rewarding on a personal

NASA eyes model of Sun and Earth in Space

Message from the President

As we approach the solar solstice, we find ourselves at a fascinating point in our celestial calendar. The summer solstice, occurring around June 21st, marks

Message from the President

Chasing the Spectacular April 8th Eclipse The April 8th eclipse was nothing short of spectacular, drawing enthusiasts from our club to various locations far and

Message from the President

The April 8th, 2024 total eclipse is not to be missed, raincheck not until 2079! For New Yorkers, the April 8, 2024, solar eclipse is

Message from the President

Our Club is Turning 100 Soon! Our club was founded in 1927, meaning that in just three more years we will be turning 100 years

A Supernova in Waiting

One of the best candidate stars to go supernova in our neighborhood is Eta Carinae in the constellation of Argo Navis in the southern hemisphere. 

Message from the President

Over the Christmas holiday I stumbled across a recently released NASA photo of Uranus, its intricate ring system and 9 moons captured by the orbiting

Message from the President

Last night we hosted a presentation in which we unveiled the club’s new Remote Telescope offering.  We had a great turnout, but in case you