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Updated: September 13,  2014

Looking Ahead

New Upcoming events

 

 
 
  • Total Lunar Eclipse in the early morning of October 8th.

 


What is NPMAS?

About: NPMAS is an amateur astronomy club located at Green Bay, Wisconsin. Membership is open to anyone with an interest in astronomy. Meetings are free and open to the publicand have a featured presentation, speaker, or observing session. 

Outreach: The NPMAS is a member of the Night Sky Network,  in association with NASA, JPL and the Astronomical Society of the Pacific.  These organizations provide fun, educational, hands-on programs  promoting astronony.

EducationNPMAS members provide astronomy programs and telescope viewing sessions to youth groups, classrooms, and nature centers.
Public Telescope Viewings 2014 in the Green Bay area
   - Autumn: October 4, 2014


 Image Highlights

Milky Way

Milky Way Galaxy, R. Roesch May 2014

 



NGC 6888 HaRGB final

Crescent Nebula NGC 6888, August 2014Rodrigo. Roesch, NPMAS

 

Aurora 0808

Northern Lights, Palisades, MN, August 2014, photo credit Rodrigo Roesch Ph.D.

 

Veil 6960 RGB Ha

Veil Nebula NGC 6960 color+hydrogen alpha, Cygnus constellation, May 2014, Rodrigo. Roesch Ph.D., NPMAS

 

  


 What's in the Sky?

Clear Sky Chart for Green Bay


(link courtesy of cleardarksky.com)

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