Stargazing at Brooklyn Bridge Park

See the stars from Brooklyn! In conjunction with the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy, the Amateur Astronomers Association of New York will set up hi power…

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Physics in Astronomy

A survey of key physics underlying astronomy. Familiarity with planets, the sun, and stars is helpful. Calculator needed. March 3: Force and Motion Kepler’s Laws of…

AAASky Episode 6

AAASky is the official podcast of the Amateur Astronomers Association. Find new episodes at aaasky.nyc, or anywhere you listen to podcasts. New episodes every two…

Observing in Crown Heights

Crown Heights, Brooklyn Utica Ave & Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY

Join AAA Observers for some views of the moon, stars and other sights in the spring sky. This event is free and you do not…

Observing in Bushwick

Join AAA Observers for some views of the moon, stars and other sights in the spring sky. This event is free and you do not…

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Cosmology 101: Major Themes

Cosmology 101: Major Issues Cosmology asks the big questions of astronomy. Out of what did the universe arise, when, how? What is the present state…

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Advanced Night Sky Astrophotography

An in-depth advanced course about wide-field night sky photography with digital SLR or mirrorless cameras and ordinary lenses…not employing telescopes. How to shoot well-composed and exposed starscapes, night sky landscapes, eclipses, the moon, the…

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Astronomy Smorgasbord

Six classes on a variety of interesting astronomy topics with different instructors. The fee is $45 for all six  for AAA members, or $15 for…

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Cosmology 102: Advanced Themes

This is a new course that extends Cosmology 101: Basic Themes, but can be taken as a stand-alone cosmology course. The basics are always reviewed before further and emerging…