AAL Membership

Astronomy clubs throughout the United States provide advice, instruction, education, access to telescopes, and lots of camaraderie to people who share a love of the night sky. Astronomy Associates of Lawrence is no exception. Below are some of the benefits of membership in AAL.

For the price of $12 ($6 for students) a year, membership dues, you will receive:

  • A subscription to the Astronomy Associates of Lawrence newsletter, The Celestial Mechanic, which provides information on club activities, hints on stargazing, and other astronomy news.
  • Membership in the national organization, The Astronomical League (headquartered in Kansas City), and a subscription to their quarterly magazine, The Reflector.
  • Access to telescopes owned by the club through the Loan Program and the 14-inch telescope at the Baker Wetlands Discovery Center.
  • Invitations to all AAL events, both public and private.

If you would like to join AAL, please email Bruce Twarog , or print and complete the membership form, and mail it to:

The Astronomy Associates of Lawrence
c/o:  Physics and Astronomy
1251 Wescoe Hall Drive, RM 1082
Lawrence, KS 66045

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