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Over the years, the IAAA has flourished into an amazing community, with over 500 passionate members and the active engagement of over 8000 participants from 50+ institutions in our events. It's been an astronomical journey (pun intended), and we couldn't be prouder of what we've built together.


Due to unforeseen commitments and changes in our team's availability, we find ourselves unable to sustain the club's operations at this time. It's not an easy decision for us, but we believe it's the right one given the current circumstances.


Effective immediately, the IAAA will be on hiatus for an indefinite period. We understand this might come as a surprise, and we sincerely apologise for any inconvenience it may cause. Please know that this decision was not made lightly, and we are grateful for the incredible community we've built together.


During this pause, all club activities, events, and communications will be put on hold indefinitely. We appreciate your understanding and support during this time. Rest assured that this is not a permanent closure, and we will keep you informed of any developments regarding the future of the IAAA.


In the meantime, we encourage you to continue your passion for astronomy on an individual basis or explore local astronomy clubs and events. The beauty of the night sky remains, and we hope you'll stay connected with your fellow astronomy enthusiasts.


Clear skies and warm regards,


Sai Charan Petchetti,

Founder and President,

International Amateur Astronomical Association (IAAA).

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