The November edition of the club's newsletter is now available, featuring Bob Kelly's monthly almanac, cl
The October SkyWAAtch Newsletter has just been published with the monthly skywatching almanac, an article on bin
WAA member David Parmet shot these photos last week at Cherry Springs State Park in Coudersport, PA. The night sky there is among the darkest in the Northeast US.
The August issue of SkyWAAtch, our monthly newsletter is out.
The forecast is for clear skies, temperatures in the low 70's dropping into the 60's, essentially no cloud cover.
The July SkyWAAtch newsletter has just been published. Click the link to view it.
The June Newsletter is now available. Click here.
The Star Party this evening, March 21st, is cancelled because of the likelihood of snow cover in the Meadow parking lot and an expectation of substantial cloud cover until at least midn
Scopes are needed for our annual outreach event with the Scarsdale School System's 3rd graders and their families on Monday, March 23rd (rain/cloud date Tuesday March 24th).
The February 2015 issue of SkyWAAtch, our monthly newsletter is out. This month's issue features members' pictures of Comet Lovejoy.
The January 2015 issue of SkyWAAtch, our monthly newsletter, is out!
As always, the newsletter is free to members and the general public.
Comet Lovejoy is now a naked eye object and it's only going to get brighter.
Here are the dates for the 2015 star parties at Ward Pound Ridge Reservation, Cross River, NY. Weather permitting, of course.