CANCELLED – Observing: Bed-Stuy

Bed-Stuy 1255 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY

UPDATE: stargazing for August 5 in Bed-Stuy has been cancelled due to rain. Join AAA for their 2022 Pop-Up Astronomy Series! We will have telescopes…

CANCELLED – Observing: The Evergreens Cemetery

The Evergreens Cemetery 1629 Bushwick Ave, Brooklyn, NY

UPDATE: stargazing for August 5 at The Evergreens Cemetery has been cancelled due to rain. Join the Amateur Astronomers Association at The Evergreens Cemetery. AAA…

Observing: Pioneer Works

Pioneer Works 159 Pioneer St, Brooklyn, NY

Join the Amateur Astronomers Association with our friends at Pioneer Works on the 77th anniversary of Hiroshima for Winter is Coming?: the latest science of…

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Observing: Lincoln Center (Josie Robertson Plaza)

Lincoln Center Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY

The AAA returns to Lincoln Center for 2022! We have two observing locations: Josie Robertson Plaza (in front of the fountain) and Hearst Plaza (near the reflecting pool).  …

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Observing: Great Kills Park

Great Kills Park 3270 Hylan Blvd, Staten Island, NY

The Amateur Astronomers Association hosts observing sessions, free and open to the public, at Great Kills Park located in Great Kills, Staten Island, NY. Cancelled…

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Observing: Pier i Stargazing

Pier i, Manhattan Pier i, Manhattan, NY

Join AAA astronomers for views of the day and evening skies through their telescopes. Events are free; weather permitting.

Observing: High Line

High Line 54-44 Little W 12th St, New York, NY

The AAA returns to the High Line for 2022 with a new location! Join us on Tuesdays, weather permitting. We will meet at the crossroads…

Observing: Carl Schurz

Carl Schurz Park East 86th Street & East End Ave, New York, NY

The Amateur Astronomers Association hosts observing sessions, free and open to the public, one Friday night each month from April through October at Carl Schurz…

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Observing: Pier i Solar

Pier i, Manhattan Pier i, Manhattan, NY

Join AAA astronomers for Solar Sundays! View the sun, safely, through solar-filtered telescopes. NOTE: never look directly at the sun without a proper filter. 

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Observing: High Line

High Line 54-44 Little W 12th St, New York, NY

The AAA returns to the High Line for 2022 with a new location! Join us on Tuesdays, weather permitting. We will meet at the crossroads…

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Observing: Lincoln Center (Hearst Plaza)

Lincoln Center Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY

The AAA returns to Lincoln Center for 2022! We have two observing locations: Josie Robertson Plaza (in front of the fountain) and Hearst Plaza (near the reflecting pool).  …

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Observing: Brooklyn Bridge Park

Brooklyn Bridge Park 2 Furman St, Brooklyn, NY

See the stars from Brooklyn! In conjunction with the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy, the Amateur Astronomers Association will set up telescopes for views of the…