Since 1927 the Amateur Astronomers Association has been serving our members and the public in all aspects of amateur astronomy. If you want to keep up with the space program, learn what’s happening at the frontiers of astronomical research, or just appreciate the beauty of the night sky, we can help.
Our new headquarters are in the Downtown Community Center in Lower Manhattan at 120 Warren Street, between Greenwich and West Streets.
We sponsor lectures at the American Museum of Natural History by leading researchers, provide economical classes in astronomy to members, and hold our seminar on Recent Advances in Astronomy once a month at New York University.
We produce a monthly newsletter, Eyepiece, containing several articles of interest. Be sure to take a look at some of our members' photos and articles.