Tag: December 2017

State of Eyepiece

Eyepiece, the newsletter for and about our club, will discontinue its print and PDF versions and be replaced by a web-based publication. The current schedule

Clouds and Haze Can be Your Friends

Clouds are the bane of night sky photographers, who generally long for crystal clear skies. Yet sometimes a thin cloud layer can add interest to

AAA President Message – December

Dear Members, Seasons Greetings. It’s the time of year-end festivities where many of us reflect and celebrate on the past year, readying to ring in

High Line – 2017 Wrap-Up

Halloween was our final viewing session of 2017 on the High Line, and we had lots of treats: the Moon, Saturn, the Double-Double, the Double

First Telescope

By Stan Honda | Earlier this year member Bhaswan Kurra posted a curious photo on the AAA Astrophotography Google Groups email list. Five young men

Lincoln Center – 2017 Wrap-Up

As Saturn follows Ophiuchus over the Western horizon, so ends another season of observing and outreach at Lincoln Center. Every Friday and Saturday from spring