by Rex Parker, Director Another Season for AAAP Our intrepid member “Totality Group” has returned from Oregon, the partial eclipse was seen by >300 people here at AAAP’s Washington Crossing Observatory, and September’s cooler weather has arrived … Continue reading
By Ira Polans The September AAAP meeting is on the 12th at 7:30PM in Peyton Hall on the Princeton University campus. The talk is on the “Strange New Worlds” of exoplanets by Dr. Josh Winn, Princeton University. Did you know … Continue reading
by Tom Hammell For 2 minutes 15 seconds I was one with the universe and understood all its mysteries…at least that is how I felt during the total eclipse on August 21. Maybe this was just the feeling of joy … Continue reading
by Ira Polans Although I’ve been an amateur astronomer for most of my life, I’ve never had a chance to observe a total solar eclipse before. When some of us decided to go to Oregon to see the eclipse, I … Continue reading
Pictures and Videos by AAAP Members and Friends Abhijit Singh, AAAP friend did an excellent job with Nikon Camera and Celestron Filter. John Church’s Cat with Ears Corona!! Images from Gerrit Dispersyn’s Camera. Click to enlarge Pictures from John Church’s … Continue reading
by James Poinsett, Secretary The AAAP was represented in Hendersonville, Tennessee, a little north of Nashville. I set up my telescope and over 100 people, mostly kids, came up to look through it at the eclipse. Great clear skies, what … Continue reading
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by Rex A Parker What a day to remember! While we await some exciting stories from the AAAP Totality Group (have heard it was fantastic in Oregon), we’d like to acknowledge the GREAT job and big effort by AAAP members … Continue reading