If you drag yourself outside before dawn and then wait until after sunset, you can spot all five of [ We also do many other outreach events throughout the year at city parks, local schools and libraries. Many people in the amateur astronomy hobby like to share the experience with others. In , one of our co-founders, Mr. Venus is the big bright "Evening Star" shining in the west during and after dusk. After nearly 7 years, the author has decided to bring out a second edition of the book with several new chapters and surprises!
The club was founded on December 14, Do you have company or public event that you think having some telescopes, observing or astronomy based presentations as a nice addition. UACNJ helps promote and support amateur astronomy in the New Jersey area by representing its Member Clubs with astronomical displays at major area events. It is our only means of entering and exiting the park after hours. There are literally hundreds of astronomy clubs and organizations around the country and around the world.
They received funding to create VietAstro — a platform to unify and formalise astronomy clubs across the country. In , the HAAC recognised the need to unify the various astronomy clubs scattered across the country. Messier 82 The Cigar Galaxy. Observing is weather permitting. Intrigued to know what it looks like? We, at the AAC, would love to host you at one of our stargazing events.
Control Center Site Table of Contents. The HAAC has become a legally-recognised institution, and, with support from public and private organisations, will receive its own office and observatory in the near future. Don't be misled by the Amateur name tag, these guys are pro!! It is our only means of entering and exiting the park after hours. We are an organization for all amateurs, with interests ranging from observing and astrophotography to CCD imaging, armchair astronomy, and the Internet. See our Events Calendar for scheduled dates and more information. The BBAA scholarship programs offers financial assistance to graduating high school seniors in our area that demonstrate an avid interest in astronomy.