Astronomy Club interested in all aspects of the night sky

The forces of rotation caused red hot masses of stones to be torn away from the Earth and to be thrown into the ether, and this is the origin of the stars.

— Anaxagoras 428 BC

North Jersey Astronomical Group


Welcome to the North Jersey Astronomical Group's web page. The NJAG is an astronomy club of more than fifty stargazers interested in all aspects of the night sky.

Since 1981, the NJAG has sponsored many activities for the public in Northern New Jersey, including weekly Telescope Nights and a monthly lecture series in the spring and fall plus special events. Tens of thousands of people have discovered the wonders of the Universe through our telescopes!

For information on joining our club - please click on "Join NJAG" on the menu above.


The NJAG is a member of the
United Astronomy Clubs of New Jersey

 ...and the International Dark Sky Association (IDA).






PLEASE NOTE: Our weekly Telescope Nights have resumed and run Thursdays at 8 PM through December 11, except Nov. 27 (Thanksgiving) .

On September 4, October 2, October 30, and December 4 Telescope Nights start at 7:30 PM for small kids to see the first quarter Moon .


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