Category Archives: Mid Summer 2018

From the Director

      by Rex Parker, Director Welcome to the Mid-Summer 2018 Edition of Sidereal Times, the official publication of the Amateur Astronomers Association of Princeton. We hope you’re enjoying the summer and getting a chance to do some astronomy … Continue reading

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From the Treasurer

By Michael Mitrano The income statements and balance sheet below show the AAAP’s financial results for the fiscal year that ended on June 30, 2018, and the AAAP’s financial position at the beginning and the end of the year. The … Continue reading

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Field Trip

by Richard Sherman Mt. Lemmon Digital SLR Wide-Field Photo Class WHO: minimum of 3 and maximum of 6 AAAP members for a private class with Sean Parker, professional photographer. WHAT: Digital SLR wide-field private photographic class WHEN: TBD, new moon; … Continue reading

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ring around the rosies

by Ted Frimet carmen sandiego ? A few months ago, AAAP Program Chair, Ira Polans, invited Dr. James Lowenthal of Smith College to lecture our club on a Tuesday night, in Princeton. Dr. Lowenthal wooed us with his Hubble Space … Continue reading

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Blazing Saddles!

by Ted Frimet Blazing Saddles! Astra inclinant, sed non obligant. In the Verge(1), Loren Grush reports neutrino detection from a Blazar, as does author Daniel Clery in this weeks Science(2). Good articles, easy to read and learned a pant-lode. I … Continue reading

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