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The American Astronomer

The Quarterly Newsletter of the American Association 
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The American Association of Amateur Astronomers has created an online archive of its quarterly newsletter, The American Astronomer. This archive serves as an online reference to AAAA members to find information in previous issues of the newsletter, as well as a way for interested people to find out more about the AAAA.

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The AMERICAN ASTRONOMER Newsletter is issued quarterly in December, March, June and September by The American Association of Amateur Astronomers as a service to its members. 

All AAAA members are encouraged to submit articles and photographs for publication. Send or e-mail all materials  to the Editor at the address below. 

The opinions expressed by contributors to the AMERICAN ASTRONOMER do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the AAAA or the Editor. Articles representing supporting or opposing views will be published promptly upon receipt.

EDITOR:
Edward P. Flaspoehler, Jr.
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