• Public Viewing at the Sue F. Rose Observatory - AOSNY

    Stargazing at AOS Observatory in Southold – Free Susan F. Rose Observatory at Custer Institute, Southold Public stargazing Saturday nights, weather permitting. See craters on the Moon, planets, deep sky objects, etc. For map see www.aosny.org/Custerdirections.htm Custer Institute www.custerobservatory.org The Custer Institute and Observatory is Long Island's oldest public observatory (est.1927). Open to the public every Saturday evening from dusk until midnight, our staff of volunteers will give you a tour of the facilities and the night sky through our powerful telescopes. Custer has a library, museum, and gift shop. Frequent lectures, classes,concerts, art exhibits and other special events.

  • Public Viewing at the Sue F. Rose Observatory - AOSNY

    Stargazing at AOS Observatory in Southold – Free Susan F. Rose Observatory at Custer Institute, Southold Public stargazing Saturday nights, weather permitting. See craters on the Moon, planets, deep sky objects, etc. For map see www.aosny.org/Custerdirections.htm Custer Institute www.custerobservatory.org The Custer Institute and Observatory is Long Island's oldest public observatory (est.1927). Open to the public every Saturday evening from dusk until midnight, our staff of volunteers will give you a tour of the facilities and the night sky through our powerful telescopes. Custer has a library, museum, and gift shop. Frequent lectures, classes,concerts, art exhibits and other special events.

  • Public Viewing at the Sue F. Rose Observatory - AOSNY

    Stargazing at AOS Observatory in Southold – Free Susan F. Rose Observatory at Custer Institute, Southold Public stargazing Saturday nights, weather permitting. See craters on the Moon, planets, deep sky objects, etc. For map see www.aosny.org/Custerdirections.htm Custer Institute www.custerobservatory.org The Custer Institute and Observatory is Long Island's oldest public observatory (est.1927). Open to the public every Saturday evening from dusk until midnight, our staff of volunteers will give you a tour of the facilities and the night sky through our powerful telescopes. Custer has a library, museum, and gift shop. Frequent lectures, classes,concerts, art exhibits and other special events.

  • Public Star Gazing at the Jones Beach Nature Center

    Theodore Roosevelt Nature Center at Jones Beach State Park

    Public Event Sponsored by New York State Parks Department $4.00 Event Fee collected and charged by NYS parks. TELESCOPES AND GUIDANCE PROVIDED BY Amatuer Observers Society of New York (AOSNY.ORG) All questions and reservations please call[masked]. ALL EVENTS WEATHER PERMITTING - CALL BEFORE YOU TRAVEL Astronomical presentation 45 minutes prior to stargazing to discuss the nights sights and upcoming viewing session.

  • MEMBERS ONLY STARGAZING EVENT

    Ajouter un lieu

    FINALLY WITH THE SKIES CLEARING AND THE STARS IN SIGHT WE ARE MEETING AT A PRIVATE LOCATION TONIGHT. FOR THOSE THAT ARE NOT MEMBERS AND WISH TO ATTEND PLEASE ADVISE VIA EMAIL AND OR MEETUP. AGAIN THIS IS A MEMBERS ONLY EVENT. IF YOU ARE CURIOUS AND WOULD LIKE TO JOIN THIS CLUB IT IS A VERY AFFORDABLE AND NOMINAL FEE. FEE STRUCTURE IS AS FOLLOWS: Individual - New Member ------- $17.00 Individual - Renewing Member - $15.00 Family - New Member ----------- $22.00 Family - Renewing Member------$20.00 As you can see quite affordable and with every membership application you are automatically enrolled in the Astronomical League. We are an active club with lots to do and participate in. Equipment is not necessary. Come join us under the wonderful nighttime sky. First year membership is only $17 dollars which includes membership in the Astronomical League (AL)! Renewals are $15. Additional $5 for a family membership. Members are entitled to discounts on Astronomy and Sky and Telescope magazines, 10% off all astronomy books and discounts from telescope vendors. Many observing awards are available from the AOS and the AL. You will receive our monthly newsletter, the Celestial Observer (CO) which details the latest club happenings along with late breaking news about things astronomical via e-mail and The Reflector from the AL.. We also have an extensive print library and equipment library and you won't be charged any late fees! Our online hotline keeps members informed of the latest astronomical events, allows members to plan impromptu observing sessions, reminds everyone of local activities and provides a forum to ask questions. To join AOS or to renew your membership, click here for an application and follow the instructions or contact our Treasurer , Harvey Miller As an adjunct to your AOS membership you automatically have membership in The Astronomical League with their programs, newsletter and discounts. AOS of NY is also affiliated with Custer Observatory, Southold, NY, on Long Island, where star-gazing activities are located, along with other related events. The AOS has built a wonderful observatory there. It houses our 14 inch SCT telescope.

  • Public Viewing at the Sue F. Rose Observatory - AOSNY

    Custer Institute

    Stargazing at AOS Observatory in Southold – Free Susan F. Rose Observatory at Custer Institute, Southold Public stargazing Saturday nights, weather permitting. See craters on the Moon, planets, deep sky objects, etc. For map see www.aosny.org/Custerdirections.htm Custer Institute www.custerobservatory.org The Custer Institute and Observatory is Long Island's oldest public observatory (est.1927). Open to the public every Saturday evening from dusk until midnight, our staff of volunteers will give you a tour of the facilities and the night sky through our powerful telescopes. Custer has a library, museum, and gift shop. Frequent lectures, classes,concerts, art exhibits and other special events.

  • Public Viewing at the Sue F. Rose Observatory - AOSNY

    Custer Institute

    Stargazing at AOS Observatory in Southold – Free Susan F. Rose Observatory at Custer Institute, Southold Public stargazing Saturday nights, weather permitting. See craters on the Moon, planets, deep sky objects, etc. For map see www.aosny.org/Custerdirections.htm Custer Institute www.custerobservatory.org The Custer Institute and Observatory is Long Island's oldest public observatory (est.1927). Open to the public every Saturday evening from dusk until midnight, our staff of volunteers will give you a tour of the facilities and the night sky through our powerful telescopes. Custer has a library, museum, and gift shop. Frequent lectures, classes,concerts, art exhibits and other special events.

  • ASTRONOMY NIGHTS AT SAGAMORE HILL (The Home of Theodore Roosevelt)

    Sagamore Hill National Historic Site

    Amateur Observer's Society of New York in conjunction with the Stewards and Caretakers of Sagamore Hill National Historic Site Present: Astronomy Nights at Sagamore Hill - Register for Stargazing on Eventbrite - FREE BUT MUST REGISTER https://www.eventbrite.com/e/astronomy-nights-at-sagamore-hill-nhs-tickets-58442396782 Free Telescope Observations with Activities for Children of All Ages Get your folding chairs and flashlights ready for evenings gazing into the cosmos! (Weather Dependent of Course) The Amateur Observer's Society of New York is proud of this recent affiliation with our co-host's as we provide our second annual free Astronomy Nights in partnership with the Sagamore Hill. These events include presentations on nightly celestial events and stargazing through telescopes about the grounds with upcoming events as well. All ages and skill levels of astronomers are welcome. Please bring flashlights, refreshments, chairs, and a blanket. Weather may impact the event, keep an eye on Sagamore Hill's website and social media pages for updates. Stargazing dates Friday April 26 7:30 PM Saturday July 20 8:30 PM Saturday May 11 8:00 PM Friday August 30 8:00 PM Friday June 7 8:30 PM Saturday September 21 7:30 PM "Keep your eyes on the stars and your feet on the ground." - Theodore Roosevelt

  • MEMBERS ONLY STARGAZING EVENT

    Ajouter un lieu

    FINALLY WITH THE SKIES CLEARING AND THE STARS IN SIGHT WE ARE MEETING AT A PRIVATE LOCATION TONIGHT. FOR THOSE THAT ARE NOT MEMBERS AND WISH TO ATTEND PLEASE ADVISE VIA EMAIL AND OR MEETUP. AGAIN THIS IS A MEMBERS ONLY EVENT. IF YOU ARE CURIOUS AND WOULD LIKE TO JOIN THIS CLUB IT IS A VERY AFFORDABLE AND NOMINAL FEE. FEE STRUCTURE IS AS FOLLOWS: Individual - New Member ------- $17.00 Individual - Renewing Member - $15.00 Family - New Member ----------- $22.00 Family - Renewing Member------$20.00 As you can see quite affordable and with every membership application you are automatically enrolled in the Astronomical League. We are an active club with lots to do and participate in. Equipment is not necessary. Come join us under the wonderful nighttime sky. First year membership is only $17 dollars which includes membership in the Astronomical League (AL)! Renewals are $15. Additional $5 for a family membership. Members are entitled to discounts on Astronomy and Sky and Telescope magazines, 10% off all astronomy books and discounts from telescope vendors. Many observing awards are available from the AOS and the AL. You will receive our monthly newsletter, the Celestial Observer (CO) which details the latest club happenings along with late breaking news about things astronomical via e-mail and The Reflector from the AL.. We also have an extensive print library and equipment library and you won't be charged any late fees! Our online hotline keeps members informed of the latest astronomical events, allows members to plan impromptu observing sessions, reminds everyone of local activities and provides a forum to ask questions. To join AOS or to renew your membership, click here for an application and follow the instructions or contact our Treasurer , Harvey Miller As an adjunct to your AOS membership you automatically have membership in The Astronomical League with their programs, newsletter and discounts. AOS of NY is also affiliated with Custer Observatory, Southold, NY, on Long Island, where star-gazing activities are located, along with other related events. The AOS has built a wonderful observatory there. It houses our 14 inch SCT telescope.

  • Public Viewing at the Sue F. Rose Observatory - AOSNY

    Custer Institute

    Stargazing at AOS Observatory in Southold – Free Susan F. Rose Observatory at Custer Institute, Southold Public stargazing Saturday nights, weather permitting. See craters on the Moon, planets, deep sky objects, etc. For map see www.aosny.org/Custerdirections.htm Custer Institute www.custerobservatory.org The Custer Institute and Observatory is Long Island's oldest public observatory (est.1927). Open to the public every Saturday evening from dusk until midnight, our staff of volunteers will give you a tour of the facilities and the night sky through our powerful telescopes. Custer has a library, museum, and gift shop. Frequent lectures, classes,concerts, art exhibits and other special events.