Welcome to the Buffalo Astronomical Association

The BAA is an organization composed of people from all walks of life who share a passion for the night sky and the science of astronomy. Though our individual interests are diverse, we have in common a goal to foster science education and an appreciation of astronomy and to this end we pledge our talents and resources. .

"For more than seventy years, a meeting place for Western New Yorkers who share in common a love for the wonders of the universe."

Our Next General Meeting – March 13

Join us on Friday, March 13th at 7:30 pm at Buffalo State College Classroom Building C122 for a night of Snack n’ AstroChat… a presentation on NASA’s Night Sky Network by Mike Humphrey followed by a screening of Carl Sagan’s Cosmos / Episode 1 – The Shores of the Cosmos, with refreshments and informal discussion.

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2015 Dinner Banquet special guest Will Kinney

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UB Professor of Physics Will Kinney will join us for our annual Dinner Banquet on Saturday, April 11th. Don’t miss one of our favorite presenters and the fabulous buffet dinner at Risotto Ristorante. Reservations are now open!

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BMO Public Night Season Ahead!

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It’s cold and snowy out at Beaver Meadow Observatory now but our 2015 Public Night season will begin on April 4th and continue on the first Saturday of the month through October. We are so looking forward to warm weather and the dark starry nights in North Java!

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Astronomy Day at the Museum of Science

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Mark your calendar for Saturday, April 25th. The BAA will celebrate International Astronomy Day at the Museum of Science with a program packed day of observing, exhibits and hands on activities for budding astronomers of all ages. BAA volunteers will be needed for what is always a busy event and a great time. More information coming soon!

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Meeting Information

Meetings of the Buffalo Astronomical Association are held on the second Friday of each month from September through June (except for the March dinner meeting). Our meetings generally start at 7:30 pm unless the time is changed to accommodate a special event or speaker. For More Details Click here
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