A Letter from the Editor

Happy New Year, Feliz Año Nuevo, and Bonne Année to you all! 2022 promises to be an exciting year for space and astronomy. Not just

A Trek to a New Home

Have you ever thought about the possibility of living on another planet? To many, this might sound like an idea rooting from Star Wars or

My Lunar Eclipse Story

You may view George’s full video here, along with his Flickr, Vimeo, and Instagram. For the lunar eclipse last month, I decided to go to

Events on the Horizon – January 2022

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

What’s Up in the Sky – January 2022

AAA Observers’ January 2022 Guide January’s Evening Planets: Red Mars will be moving between Scorpius the Scorpion and Sagittarius the Archer as of 5 AM

Comet C/2021 A1 “Leonard”

You may review all Steven’s work via his Flickr and Astrobin accounts. I woke up at 2:15 AM on December 7th and headed to Custer

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