Message from AAA’s President

Happy February! We are already halfway through winter, even though here in New York City it feels as if winter has not even started; there have

Thank You, Eyepiece

Hi, AAA! I’ve never been great at long goodbyes, so I’ll cut to the chase: as of March 1, 2023, I will be stepping down

Events on the Horizon – February 2023

Observing Events Feb. 24: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM ETFloyd Bennett Field: 3159 Flatbush Ave Brooklyn, NY 11234 Feb 25: 8:00 PM – 11:00 PM ETGreat Kills Park: 3270

Gazing Upon the Galactic River

We, the Amateur Astronomers Association, and its participating members, had an enjoyable season for observing at North-South Lake this 2022 season. We are always grateful

The Whole Moon

Howard Fink has been observing the Moon with telescopes since 1999. Howard’s astrophotography journey started with a webcam in 2005, and he began modelling the

Astronomy Studies: Graduate-Level

Want to go deeper into Astronomy studies? Consider the following options: 1.     Consider a 3-year online master’s degree program out of Australia, the only such program

Message from AAA’s President

Happy New Year to one and all! On behalf of the Amateur Astronomers Association, I hope that you all had a wonderful New Years Eve,