Cave Nebula – APOD of November 6, 2014 by AAAP Member Bill Snyder The Cave Nebula Sh2-155 or Caldwell 9, is in the constellation Cepheus. It is approximately 2400 light years away, and 35 light years across.
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Enjoy rare opportunity to view Late Autumn sky with the Amateur Astronomers Association of Pittsburgh at the Mingo Observatory Bundle Up Starfest, Saturday, November 29,2014.
Cancelled due to weather. See large clusters of stars, beautiful colored double stars, visit the craters of the moon and view the planets Uranus and Neptune. It’s all part of the show during Mid-Autumn November Star Party sponsored by the Amateur Astronomers Association of Pittsburgh. It’s the last scheduled public event for 2014 at Wagman […]
The Public is Invited to the AAAP November Meeting.
The Kevin J. Brunelle Astrophotography Photo Contest Deadline Less Than A Month Away (Article from October Guide Star) If (as your Editor hopes) you have been reading the Guide Star front-to-back, you must have noticed the many fine celestial images submitted by our members. Some of these, and others you have not seen, may be shown at the club’s November […]
Postscript: The AAAP shared the eclipse at Wagman Observatory and at various locations around the Greater Ptttsburgh Region and beyond. From Wagman Observatory for the eclipse member Matt Jones made this 10 frames per second time lapse video you may enjoy.