Any member of the AAAP is eligible to joint this group. Since the moon and most planets are easy to find, do not need an extremely dark sky or elaborate equipment, beginning or novice astronomers may be especially interested in joining us. It is not a necessity to own your own equipment to actively participate in this group. Any members interested in joining the Lunar and Planetary Interest Group should contact Tim Hagan email@example.com or 724-713-1896
Group Observing Sessions I guess we'll call these planet parties instead of star parties will be held on a regular basis. The observing sessions will be scheduled around particular lunar or planetary events such as transits of Jupiter's moon or Great Red Spot. These observing sessions will be posted here and on the AAAP listserver.
|Antonin-Rukl Lunar Atlas||http://msnhomepages.talkcity.com/LaGrangeLn/raaben/Lunar.html|
|Moon light Atlas||http://astrophoto.org/mercure/cidadao/moonlight.htm|
|Hitchhiker's Guide to the Moon||http://www.shallowsky.com/moon/hitchhiker.html|
|The Inconstant Moon||http://www.inconstantmoon.com/index.htm|
|The Moon (at SEDS)||http://www.seds.org/billa/psc/lunam.html|
|The Nine Planet (SEDS)||http://www.seds.org/nineplanets/nineplanets/nineplanets.html|