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Night Sky Photography

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

High Line

For the 2020 season AAA will observe on the High Line on Wednesday evenings, from the beginning of May through the end of October. Getting…

Recurring

Astronomy Smorgasbord

Sample from a smorgasbord of astronomy! Explore varied avenues of astronomy with this six-week course of one-off topics, from the mysteries of light and black holes,…

Join Us For AAA Happy Hour!

AAA invites you to celebrate exciting milestones and the future growth of the club Please join us for a virtual happy hour on Friday, February…

Free

Carl Schurz Park

The Amateur Astronomers Association of New York hosts observing sessions, free and open to the public, one Friday night each month from April through October at Carl Schurz Park in Manhattan. Carl Schurz Park is located along…

Open Source Astrophotography

March 9: Dr. Timothy Pickering "Open Source Astrophotography" Speaker: Timothy was an active amateur astronomer as a teenager, who received his first telescope when he was…