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From the Director

Astronomy in Summertime.  The AAAP Observatory at Washington Crossing State Park is up and running and ready for members to see the stars!  We are still limited by the state to having  no more than 12 people in the building … Continue reading

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From the Director

June 8 Meeting via Zoom.  We hope to see you on June 8 for the presentation by Dr. Anna Schauer, NASA Hubble Fellow from the University of Texas, who will join us from Austin.  See Program Chair Victor Davis’s section … Continue reading

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From the Director

Zoom meetings continue for May and June meetings. There is some light beaming through the dark nebula, and a tiny sliver of hope emerges that we might be able to return to Peyton Hall next fall.  Meanwhile we hope that … Continue reading

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From the Director

Next meeting by Zoom on April 13 at 7:30pm.  While we won’t get together in person at Princeton’s Peyton Hall for meetings this spring, recent vaccination progress gives hope that it may be possible next fall.  For now AAAP will … Continue reading

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From the Director

Next meeting by Zoom on March 09 at 7:30pm.  The recurring dream of getting together for astronomy in Princeton’s Peyton Hall hasn’t faded, but again this month and for the rest of this season AAAP will meet virtually via Zoom.  … Continue reading

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From the Director

Next meeting by Zoom on Feb 09 at 7:30.  We continue to dream of getting back together in Peyton Hall on campus, but for the next few months at least we anticipate running the meeting virtually with Zoom.  The meeting … Continue reading

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From the Director

The third decade of the third millennium brings great opportunities for AAAP.  Where is amateur astronomy heading in the New Year?  What actions and decisions, what different directions might AAAP take as central New Jersey slowly emerges from the pandemic?  … Continue reading

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