Large Data and the Amateur Astronomer

From Brooklyn Technical High School Physics Major, Nicholas Vasilescu via Tom Evangelist The stars and the universe have long captured our attention – as amateur

AAA Telescope Buyer’s Guide

People who attend our many stargazing events often ask us about our telescopes, the differences between them, what they cost, etc. We have put together

Message From AAA’s President

Happy December to one and all! This month never ceases to remind me of how our ancestors looked up into the sky and wondered, as

What’s Up in the Sky – December 2021

AAA Observers’ December Guide December’s Evening Planets: Find bright Venus between Sagittarius the Archer and Capricornus the Sea-goat until around 7 PM and setting earlier

Signs of Life on Venus

November 2021 AAA Lecture. Report by Monica Prado Capon, a Brooklyn College undergraduate studying astronomy with AAA’s David Kiefer. One of the biggest questions that

Message From AAA’s President

Happy November Everyone! Yes again, another year has just about gone by. It is certainly true that the more we humans age, the faster time