Are you ready to take your astronomical interest to the next level? Welcome!
The Rittenhouse Astronomical Society is the astronomy club for everyone.
 Join us on the second Wednesday of each month September through June at the Franklin Institute.
Check out recent guest speakers.    Consider meeting with others who share an interest in astronomy!    
Wondering what is in the sky this month? Bring your questions, and your enthusiasm to learn. Open to all with no admittance fee.
  Free, informative ,enlightening and fun.  No obligation to join.

 

~What's new on the Society Website~

 

Join us at the Franklin Institute for

Our Upcoming November 8, 2017 Meeting 7:00 PM
where the public is invited to attend free of charge.

 

Please support our guest speakers.  They are not paid for their presentations to our membership, instead we have agreed to promote their newest efforts.  September and October Speakers both have new publications you may be interested in.

 

 

 
 

   

Muddy Run
Observatory

Holtwood PA
NASA Night Sky Network

 

 

 

We conduct our business at our monthly meetings. 
If you have questions about our Society you can contact us at:

RASPhillyoutreach@gmail.com

Although we have no secretaries standing  by,
volunteer officers have access to this mail box.
and will check periodically throughout the summer months..

Our Summer Newsletter 2017:

 

 

☼ Check out some recent guest speakers and Events.

 
 


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RECENT RITTENHOUSE
ASTRONOMICAL
SOCIETY NEWSLETTERS
We share articles submitted by our members on or about the Cross Quarter day of each season.  If members have nothing to say, newsletter is held till articles are submitted.  Any member is welcome to submit an article for our newsletter.

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Winter 2016-17

Summer 2016

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Summer 2015

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Summer 2014
 

Spring 2014
 

 
 
 

 Previously on this past orbit: 
OUR past ACADEMIC
YEAR

HERE

 

 


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If I am visiting, where do I park?

Parking in the Franklin Institute garage (entrance on 21st street) is most convenient.  
We cannot validate parking after hours and the full rate is in effect.

Street parking is fairly abundant at meeting time since many are leaving the city.
The yellow areas highlighted below have meter parking in effect till 8:00 pm.
It is more affordable to pay for the 1 hour meter fee if you arrive at 7:00 pm. 
The spots highlighted are within view of the Franklin and are a short easy walk.

How do I enter the building if it is after museum hours?
Employee entrance shown on map is always open. 
There is a security official sitting just inside the door.
If you park in the garage, you enter through the Atrium.
Information desk or security will direct you to the meeting location.

 

 

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