NAME Fair Lawn High School Planetarium ADDRESS Fair Lawn Senior High School 14-00 Berdan Ave. Fair Lawn New Jersey 07410 USA CONTACT Mr. Andrew Temme, Planetarium Director PHONE 201-794-5450 ext 1598 EMAIL email@example.com URL http://flhs.org/index.php/flhs-planetarium NUMBER OF MEMBERS OTHER INFORMATION High School Astronomy Club, Bi Annual open house to public
Mars shines low in the southeast at nightfall, closer to Earth than it has been since November 2005. A Sky & Telescope press release.
NAME Lowcountry Stargazers ADDRESS Lowcountry Stargazers PO Box 50187 Summerville, SC 29485-0187 USA CONTACT Jay Messeroff PHONE EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org URL http://www.lowcountrystargazers.org NUMBER OF MEMBERS 15 OTHER INFORMATION Check our web site to learn more about us.
North Americans with telescopes will be able to spot Mercury's silhouette as the innermost planet crosses the Sun's disk on May 9th for the first time since 2006. Those without telescopes can view the event using Sky & Telescope's exclusive webcast.
NAME Whatcom Assoc. of Celestial Observers ADDRESS WACO PO Box 1721 BURLINGTON Ferndale, WA 98229 USA CONTACT PHONE EMAIL URL http://www.whatcomastronomy.org NUMBER OF MEMBERS OTHER INFORMATION
NAME Jefferson High School Planetarium ADDRESS 1801 S. 18th St. Lafayette Indiana 47905 USA CONTACT Bill Huston PHONE 765-772-4700, fax: 765-449-3413 EMAIL email@example.com URL NUMBER OF MEMBERS OTHER INFORMATION
Wondering what to look at in the night sky with your binoculars? Start with this binocular stargazing catalog with 150 bright, deep-sky objects.
Is red light the best for night? What are Trojan asteroids, and does Earth have such a companion? How can you spot the moons of Mars? The June issue answers these questions and many more.
NAME Buffalo Astronomical Association ADDRESS c/o Buffalo Museum of Science 1020 Humboldt Pkwy. #1 Buffalo, NY 14211 USA CONTACT Mike Anzalone PHONE EMAIL AstronomyRocks@verizon.net URL http://www.BuffaloAstronomy.com NUMBER OF MEMBERS 150 OTHER INFORMATION "For more than seventy years, a meeting place for Western New Yorkers who share in common a love for the wonders of...
The editors of Sky & Telescope made our annual pilgrimage to last weekend’s Northeast Astronomy Forum. Here are our tales of the voyage to Pluto, the newest gadgets, and encouraging encounters with readers.
NAME Maui Astronomy Club ADDRESS Olinda Road Makawao, HI 96768 USA CONTACT Becky Sydney PHONE 808-572-7172 EMAIL URL www.mauiastronomyclub.org NUMBER OF MEMBERS 565 OTHER INFORMATION
NAME ASAFILE ADDRESS Iglesia San Juan de Dios 2.5 cuadras al Oeste Leon, Leon 21000 Nicaragua CONTACT Emilio Zuniga PHONE +505 88462636 EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org URL http://asafile.blogspot.com/ NUMBER OF MEMBERS 9 OTHER INFORMATION Amateur Astronomers promoting Astronomy Science to General Public by free public outreaches, talks, visits to Schools and Universities, share experiences with other...
NAME Michiana Astronomical Society ADDRESS P.O. Box 262 South Bend Indiana 46624-0262 USA CONTACT Linda Marks PHONE EMAIL email@example.com URL http://michiana-astro.org/ NUMBER OF MEMBERS 32 OTHER INFORMATION We consider ourselves to be a group of explorers on a scientific quest through the universe - believing that learning together enriches us all. We are involved...
Name Location Date Winter Star Party West Summerland Key, FL Feb Hodges Gardens Star Party Florien, LA Mar Delmarva Spring Star Gaze Tuckahoe State Park, MD Mar Southern Star Astronomical Convention Little Switzerland, NC Apr Mid-South Star Gaze French Camp, MS Apr Northeast Astronomy Forum Suffern, NY Apr Astronomy Day (spring) Everywhere! Apr/May Texas...
A nearby comet is moving into view for Northern Hemisphere skywatchers. Despite bright moonlight nearby, you can try to spot it with binoculars and Sky & Telescope's exclusive finder chart.
NAME Cape Cod Astronomical Society ADDRESS CCAS 34 Ridgewood Rd Orleans, MA 02653 USA CONTACT Info@ccas.ws PHONE EMAIL Info@ccas.ws URL http://www.ccas.ws NUMBER OF MEMBERS 50 OTHER INFORMATION See our website for information on monthly meetings and Star Party Schedules at The Schmidt Observatory in South Dennis, MA. Public always welcome at scheduled events.
Learn the ancient stories behind the constellations and find out what the future holds for adaptive optics. Plus, see Mercury cross the Sun on May 9th!
NAME Houston Astronomical Society ADDRESS PO Box 800564 Houston, TX 77280 USA CONTACT Rene Gedaly PHONE 281-300-3559 EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org URL https://www.astronomyhouston.org/ NUMBER OF MEMBERS 735 OTHER INFORMATION Our club promotes learning about the universe through programs that foster awareness of the art and science of astronomy.
NAME Central Appalachian Astronomy Club ADDRESS PO Box 1862 Clarksburg, West Virginia 26303 USA CONTACT Joe Gonzalez PHONE 304-669-3555 EMAIL email@example.com URL http://www.caacwv.com NUMBER OF MEMBERS 40 OTHER INFORMATION Our club operates an observatory in Good Hope, WV, with a 16" Meade Scope in a domed observatory. We are partners in education with area...
Solar scientists hope an armada of amateur astrophotographers can record the inner corona’s evolution throughout the 2017 total solar eclipse.
Learn how powerful new telescopes and techniques are enabling scientists to probe planets in the earliest stages of development.
PURCHASE PRINT ISSUE | PURCHASE DIGITAL ISSUE | PURCHASE BACK ISSUES | SUBSCRIBE Our Mysterious Moon, Galaxies Galore, and Maximal Mars A familiar face greets us at every full Moon, but the far side we never see reveals just how much we don't know. At the dawn of the Space Age, our celestial neighbor...
Create a custom, naked-eye map of the whole sky for any place on Earth, at any time of day or night, on any date from 1600 to 2400.
Among globular clusters, the immense Omega Centauri is widely regarded as the most impressive in the sky. Its deep southern location makes this object challenging to spot — but it can be done, as Italian observer Giuseppe Pappa explains.
To mark the start of a new era of astronomy, three principal LIGO researchers speak with The Kavli Foundation on their epic discovery and how it will transform the way we see the cosmos.