The New Jersey Astronomical Association welcomes long standing member and Vice President Al Witzgall as guest speaker on Aug. 25, at 8:30 p.m. Witzgall’s presentation will be “Meteorites and You – A Guide to Stones From Space.”
Witzgall has been a longstanding member, present Officer, and filled in as Recording Secretary of NJAA. He has also been a member, past officer, and Recording Secretary of “AAI” Amateur Astronomers, Inc.
AAI is one of the largest astronomy clubs in the United States, located at William Miller Sperry Observatory in Cranford. Witzgall is by trade a Senior Optician, having spent some 30 years fabricating precision optics for many research and development companies. His degree, however, is in Earth and Planetary Sciences from Kean University.
Weather permitting; the main telescope and several smaller scopes will be open following the presentation.
Presentations are open free to the general public; however, all donations are welcomed and greatly appreciated.Vice President Al Witzgall, William Miller Sperry Observatory, Recording Secretary, planetary sciences, New Jersey Astronomical Association <BR/>