The club is organized into a number of interest and service committees, supporting all areas of astronomy and public relations.
AAI also conducts an annual Qualified Observers Course, where members are instructed to operate our 24-inch Cassegrain telescope. A Senior Qualified Observers Course is available for QO’s wishing to operate our 10-inch refracting telescope.
AAI is a non-profit organization; therefore, any donation, large or small, is greatly appreciated and is tax deductible.
Bylaws, Standing Rules, and Other Fundamental Documents
Here are all AAI standing committees plus a few on-going special activities. Click on a committee or activity name to see a description of its functions and its chair or principal member. If you would like to help in the work of a committee or activity, contact the listed member. In most cases, you can contact the member by email simply by clicking on his or her name.
- Club Liaison
- College Liaison
- Computer Services
- Displays and Presentations
- Executive Committee
- Instrument Qualification
- Newsletter (The Asterism)
- Off-Site Astronomy
- Public Relations
- Sales and Promotions
- Technical & Telescope Services
- Youth group program