Author Archives: ST Editors

From The Director

by Rex Parker, PhD director@princetonastronomers.org May 9 Meeting – Election of Officers.  Through our 60-year history we have elected officers (the Board of Trustees) for new 1-year terms at the May meeting as provided in the by-laws.  Nominations committee chair … Continue reading

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From the Program Chair

By Victor Davis Welcome to Peyton HallThe May, 2023 meeting of the AAAP will take place IN PERSON on Tuesday, May 9th at 7:30 PM. As usual, the meeting is open to AAAP members and the public. Options for Attending … Continue reading

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Minutes of the April 11, 2023, AAAP Members General Meeting (online)

by Gene Allen, Secretary The meeting was opened in Peyton Hall at 1931 by Director Rex Parker. There were 27 attending in person and 18 logged in on Zoom. After a brief summary of his agenda items, Rex invited Program … Continue reading

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Images from NEAF

Some of our members attended NEAF.

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Before our universe and beyond

by S. Prasad Ganti Two questions interested me since my early years. One is what happened before ?  Another is what lies beyond ? Scientific advances over the years have lighted these two paths to an extent. But the path … Continue reading

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Snippets

compiled by Arlene & David Kaplan Back Then, Baby Galaxies. Next, a Super-Mega Galactic Cluster? Like basketball scouts discovering a nimble, super-tall teenager, astronomers using the James Webb Space Telescope reported recently that they had identified a small, captivating group … Continue reading

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From The Director

by Rex Parker, PhD director@princetonastronomers.org April 11 Meeting – Archeoastronomy.  After last month’s wind driven last minute decision to go virtual only, we’ll again plan to convene at Peyton Hall on the Princeton campus on Tues April 11 (7:30pm).  The … Continue reading

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