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Public Observing Opportunities
In New England

All public observing sessions are subject to postponement or cancellation due to poor weather; you can't see the stars if it's cloudy!

If you are outside New England, check Sky & Telescope for clubs and observatories in your area.

MASSACHUSETTS
Boston Museum of Science
  • Friday Night Stargazing every Friday evening, 8:30 - 10:00 p.m.
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  • Amherst Astronomy Association
  • Five free public observing sessions each week.
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  • North Shore Amateur Astronomy Club
  • Every clear Wednesday night at Salem State College in Salem, MA. Call 978-542-6452 for information.
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  • South Shore Astronomical Society
  • Every clear Saturday night (except during full moon) at Centennial Park in Norwell, MA. Call 781-545-7067 for information.
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  • STARS Club (Springfield)
  • First Friday of every month at the Springfield Science Museum.
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  • NEW HAMPSHIRE
    New Hampshire Astronomical Society (NHAS) — New Hampshire
  • Monthly SkyWatch at Christa McAuliffe Planetarium, Concord, NH.
  • Additional public observing sessions listed at the NHAS web site.
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  • RHODE ISLAND
    Frosty Drew Observatory
  • Every clear Friday night at the observatory in Charlestown, RI.
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  • Skyscrapers, Inc. (Amateur Astronomical Society of Rhode Island)
  • Every Saturday night at Seagrave Memorial Observatory in North Scituate.
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  • CONNECTICUT
    Astronomical Society of Greater Hartford
  • Public Observing at Wesleyan University, Van Vleck Observatory.
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  • Astronomical Society of New Haven
  • Monthly public sessions in Branford and Milford. Visit the Society's web site for details.
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  • Boothe Memorial Astronomical Society
  • Public sessions at Boothe Memorial Park in the Putney section of Stratford, Connecticut. Visit the Society's web site for details.
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  • Westport Astronomical Society (WAS)
  • Every Wednesday and Thursday night from 8:00 p.m. to 10 p.m. (weather permitting) at the Rolnick Observatory in Westport, CT.
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  • MAINE
    Astronomical Society of Northern New England — Maine
  • Selected Fridays at Days Meadow Observatory in Kennebunk.
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