About CJ-SAS Projects

The projects documented here have a beginning date but they never close. Because they study facets of the natural world, their original interest will never fade.

Today, and even more so in the future, the world-wide-web makes it possible for people from around the world to share information and work on common projects.

We hope this site can attract other people not only in NJ, but also in other states and in other countries. If any of these projects intrigue you -- contact us! Any of these projects could use input from amateur scientists around the globe.

bat detector:

Different places have different bat populations. Collecting recordings from different bat species would interest everybody.

tidal forces:

Correlating measurements from around the world would be a very valuable part of the experiment.

speed of light:

The eclipses of the Galilean satellites of Jupiter are not all visible from one place because half occur during the day. However, it is night somewhere else at that time!

Contact: webmaster@central-jersey-sas.org.