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Minutes of the April 11, 2017 meeting of the AAAP

by James Poinsett, Secretary • The director, Rex Parker, called the meeting to order. • There will be a night sky refresher at the planetarium of the NJ State Museum on Saturday, May 13th at 10:00 AM, all members are … Continue reading

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Minutes of the January 18th AAAP Board Meeting

by James Poinsett, Secretary • Rex called the meeting to order at 7:30 pm • A brief overview of 2016’s accomplishments and 2017’s objectives was presented. • The main topic of the evening was next, what to do about the … Continue reading

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Minutes of the January 10, 2017 AAAP Meeting

by James Poinsett, Secretary Minutes of the January 2017 meeting of the AAAP • The meeting was called to order at 7:30 • Rex briefly listed some objective for the club for 2017     o Continuation of the outstanding lectures … Continue reading

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Minutes of the December 13, 2016 AAAP Meeting

by James Poinsett, Secretary Minutes of the December 2016 Meeting of the AAAP • Director Rex called the meeting to order • Ira introduced the speaker for the evening, Dr. Eric Gawiser from Rutgers University. His lecture was titled “The … Continue reading

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Minutes of the November 8, 2016 Meeting of the AAAP

by James Poinsett, Secretary • Rex called the meeting to order and outlined the agenda for the evening. He also read a letter to the club from Gene Ramsey’s widow. • After the lecture StarQuest 2016 was discussed. There were … Continue reading

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Minutes of the October 11, 2016 AAAP Meeting

by James Poinsett, Secretary Rex called the meeting to order and gave a brief outline of the night agenda The lecture was by Steven K. Korotky titled “Restoration of the 6 ½ inch Prin telescope of the Daniel Schanck Observatory.” … Continue reading

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