Eyepiece, the Amateur Astronomers Association monthly newsletter, covers lectures and other astronomy events in New York City; offers commentary, tips on observing and equipment and summarizes astronomy discoveries and other general news in astronomy and astrophysics. Each month, our “What’s Up in the Sky” column discusses what can be seen in the skies during the upcoming month. Members do all the writing for Eyepiece, and new contributors are always welcome. Submit today!
Category: Message from the President
Happy August to all. I hope that everyone has been as blown away from the initial Webb images as I have been. It truly is
Happy July! Somehow we are halfway through the year, the world continues to be precarious, and science and facts are perhaps more important than ever. Here
A Happy June to One and All. I am very pleased to announce that through the efforts of our many volunteers, spearheaded by none other
Hello Astronomy Community! As May begins, AAA moves that much closer to its 100th anniversary, and I celebrate my 2nd anniversary as president of the organization.
Happy April everyone! A quarter of the year is somehow already behind us but with Spring in the air (and the rain to prove it),
Hello everyone and welcome to the March Edition of Eyepiece. The last few years have certainly been demanding for our species, and while the obstacles
Happy 2022 to all! What an unbelievable year 2021 was for astronomy, capped off with the successful launch of the James Webb Space Telescope. A
Happy December to one and all! This month never ceases to remind me of how our ancestors looked up into the sky and wondered, as