Tag: May 2018

Spring Social

The AAA Spring Social drew about 50 members to Bierocracy in Long Island City on April 12. The Queens tavern hosted the Annual Holiday Party

AAA Events on the Horizon

May dates of upcoming AAA events (non-AAA) noted below May 01/Tuesday Observing, High Line, Manhattan; begins at sunset 04/Friday AAA Lecture, Charles Liu, “The End

NEAF 2018

The annual North East Astronomy Forum (NEAF) held up to its billing as the largest astronomy fair in the country. The entire Rockland Community College

MILKY WAY

MILKY WAY (original) Beautiful and glowing, Light that’s foregoing, Stars deep in the depths of the dark, dour, unknowing. White freckles a-showing, Milky arms that

Cool Stars, Hot Exoplanets with Dr. Emily Rice

Clad in a striking purple Jupiter-atmosphere-themed dress, on March 23rd at Columbia University’s Pupin Hall, Dr. Emily Rice gave an at once informative, far-reaching and

AAA President Message – May

Dear Members, In the annual cycle for AAA, we’ve come to the end of our year. We actually have two new years: the fiscal year begins

The Just Wait Space Telescope

It could have been so grand: ideated in 1996, supported by NASA’s “faster, better, cheaper” project management culture in the 90s, and riding on the