Category Archives: March 2012

From the Director

by Ludovico D’Angelo, Director AAA March starts our process for establishing a nominations committee to help choose those within the club who will serve on the next Board of Trustees of the AAAP. If you are interested in leading this … Continue reading

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From the Program Chair

Ken Levy, Program Chair Many thanks to Dr. Paul Steinhardt for our February lecture, “Inflationary Cosmology on Trial”. March heralds the beginning of spring with another not to miss lecture by Dr. Mark Trodden, “Modern Cosmology and the Building Blocks … Continue reading

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From the Outreach Chair

by David Letcher, Outreach Chair We have two star parties this month. The first one is Friday, March 16 at Hopewell Elementary School and the second one is Wednesday, March 26 at Stuart Country Day School. This second party has … Continue reading

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February 14, 2012 AAAP Meeting

Larry Kane, Secretary The meeting was called to order by Director Ludy D’Angelo. Director’s Report: Most of his report is in the Sidereal Times. Secretary’s Report: Nothing to report, but Larry Kane stated he had announcements on another agenda item. … Continue reading

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Treasurer’s Report

by Michael Mitrano, Treasurer Membership for the current fiscal year is has increased to 81, and we are continuing to receive a small number of renewals. If you have not renewed, there is still time. Expenses during the past month … Continue reading

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AAAP Cover Story in US 1

                                                                                                    Bill Murray responded to US 1 reporter’s queries about AAAP resulting in a wonderful February 29 cover story about leap days, AAAP and the State Planetarium where Bill is an astronomy lecturer. If you missed the print edition, the … Continue reading

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