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an informal group of people who enjoy looking at stars and planets, and who love to communicate their excitement about the heavens to others.
http://www.floridastars.org/
http://www.princetonastronomy.org/
http://www.aaa.org/
membership is open to all those interested in pursuing astronomy as a hobby.
http://www.atmob.org/
free public programs, planetarium shows, solar and sunset observing, astronomy classes, and public and school outreach.
http://www.amastro.org/
founded in 1982 to bring the beauty of the night sky to the families of the Antelope Valley.
http://www.avastronomyclub.org/
a confederation of U.S. astronomical societies invites you to browse our information on astronomy and astronomical societies.
http://www.astroleague.org/
with members in northern Nevada and eastern California hosting star parties and many other astronomy-related activities.
http://www.astronomynv.org/
scientific and educational organization which fosters continuing interest in amateur astronomy.
http://www.asnh.org/
provides observing facilities for members and educational lectures for members and the public. Also assists in the construction, selection, and use of telescopes.
http://www.asnsw.com/
general interest Astronomy club and magazine with a distinctly Irish flavour.
http://www.astronomy.ie/
http://www.AtlantaAstronomy.org/
http://www.austinastro.org/
Founded 1881. Meets at Maryland Science Center in Balitimore second Tuesday of every month at 7:30 pm.
http://www.baltastro.org/
nonprofit educational and scientific organization dedicated to bringing the hobby of amateur astronomy to the community.
http://www.boiseastro.org/