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The Milwaukee Astronomical Society has a respectable antiquity, dating back to 1932.
The Society possesses a fine observatory and has an active observing program.
It sponsors special projects to introduce members to various aspects of astronomy and special events which cover one-time observing opportunities. Activities include variable star observing, eclipsing binaries, RR Lyraes, Asteroid Occultations, Lunar Grazes, and much, much more.
The club actively promotes hands-on astronomy and public outreach.
The MAS Observatory occupies 3 acres in New Berlin, Wisconsin.
Eclipsing Binary Ephemeris
RR Lyrae Ephemeris
Z Uma Project