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Tetrad eclipses consist of four consecutive total similar lunar eclipses that occur in a 6-month interval beginning on April 15, 2014. The next full lunar eclipse will then occur on October 8, 2014 and two more will occur in 2015. All eclipses will be visible from the United States.
To learn more about these events, watch the following video below.
Due to sequestration, NASA budget cuts have affected outreach activities. The Amateur Astronomers Group teams up with many elements within NASA to provide outreach materials at our events. We
do have a supply of materials to support events at Oliver Lee and local schools in the near-term. For more information on sequestration and the impact to NASA outreach, read
Here In the meantime, the AAG will contimune to search for alternative sources for material.
The NASA Space Place Team has awarded the Amateur Astronomers Group Certificates of Appreciation for encouraging science and technology education through our public events.
Click Here to see some photos of our events.
The Amateur Astronomers Group is affiliated with the NASA Space Place Astronomy Club Partner Program. We also team with other NASA missions and the National Solar Observatory. Check out the AAG Classroom page for fun links to NASA's Space Place website.
Current issues of The AAG Newsletter science articles, courtesy Space Place, may be viewed in your browser using an Adobe Acrobat Reader application. If you do not have Acrobat Reader installed, you can obtain it from the Adobe website by clicking the button below.
Previous back-issues of The AAG Newsletter science articles are also available. Select an issue from the menu to bring up the PDF for that month's issue. If you have the Adobe Reader Plug-in installed in your browser, the document will appear in your browser window.
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