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!
AAA Observers’ September Guide September’s Evening Planets: Bright Jupiter will in Pisces the Fish and Saturn will be in Capricornus the Sea-goat all night. Red Mars
This month, we would like to highlight Steven Bellavia, active member of AAA’s Astrophotography Group! You can find Steven’s work here. Name:Steven Bellavia Hometown: Mattituck,
If you see a “Members Only” event in the list below that you want to attend but can’t, become a member ASAP so you can take advantage
The Coalsack Nebula is located about 600 light-years away in the constellation of Crux — The Southern Cross. This huge object forms a conspicuous silhouette
A new set of cartoons from our very own AAA member and professional illustrator, Dennis Kendrick
This month, we would like to highlight the AAA Tech Committee chairperson, AAA Sky podcast technical producer, and astrophotographer, Parker Bossier! Name: Parker Bossier Hometown: New
Simone Lilavois is a NYC high school student passionate about the Cosmos. When not at swim practice, she can be found teaching herself astro/quantum/theoretical physics
AAA’s Observers’ guide for the month of August.