Andromeda Galaxy

Neville Public Museum 210 Museum Place Green Bay, WI 54303, first Wednesday   6:30- 8:30 p.m.

New:   updated April 24,  2014
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NASA discovers earth-size planet, Kepler-186f

Upcoming events
Public observing, May 03, 6:30 pm Neville Museum

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 in the Green Bay area
   - Spring: May 3, 2014
   - Autumn: October 4, 2014

Widefield eclipse 2

Lunar Eclipse, Mars, Spica, photo by R. Roesch, NPMAS 


Total eclipse2

Lunar Eclipse, Green Bay, April 2014, photo by R. Roesch, NPMAS




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