Next Meetup

Are We Alone? What We Know About Life in the Universe
Part the Evolution Studies seminar series with Amy Bartholomew, Ph.D. This semester the theme of the series is The Tree of Life: From Cosmic Origins to Today. The lectures are free and no tickets are needed. They are suitable for high school students and above. You can find more information about the Evolutionary Studies Seminars at: http://www.newpaltz.edu/evos/seminar.html (there are a number of other Astronomy related events this semester - but we encourage you to check out all of their events!).

Coykendall Science Bldg, SUNY New Paltz

1 Hawk Dr. · New Paltz, NY

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The Mid-Hudson Astronomical Association is a gathering point for people interested in Astronomy and Science in the Mid-Hudson Valley. We organize a monthly lecture series, as well as monthly observing sessions at dark sky sites in the Hudson Valley, and public and educational events. To become a supporting member of the MHAA, go to http://join.midhudsonastro.org . Dues are $25 per year. Our members are available to make presentations or arrange for public observations of the night sky or the sun and to help beginners learn how to get started in astronomy.

You can find our Star Party Schedule at: https://sites.google.com/midhudsonastro.org/starpartyschedule

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