General Meetings Events

Stephen Ruhl: Battle Point Astronomical Society's Edwin Ritchie Observatory

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Open to Public

Type: General Meetings

Held on: Mar 21, 2018 (Wed) at 07:30 PM to Mar 21, 2018 (Wed) at 09:30 PM

Speaker: Stephen Ruhl

Location: Physics/Astronomy Auditorium (PAA), Room A102, Seattle, Washington

Event Coordinator: Rayna C.T. Bauer

We welcome Stephen Ruhl from the Battle Point Astronomical Association, who will speak with attendees about the Edwin Ritchie Observatory, planetarium, and some of the other opporrtunities that their club has open to the public. 

Shown in date descending order.

  • JUN

    A Decade in the Saturn System

    Wed at 07:30 PM Open to Public

    On July 1, 2004, the Cassini spacecraft became the first manmade object to orbit the planet Saturn. NASA/JPL Solar System Ambassador Ron Hobbs looks back on Cassini's ten years of exciting discoveries and ... more

  • MAY

    Astrophotography Basics

    Wed at 07:30 PM Open to Public

    Astronomy magazines and websites are full of incredible photos of the night sky taken by amateurs. Have you ever wondered how they captured these images? Astrophotographer and SAS member Andy Ermolli will ... more

  • APR

    History of the Dobsonian Telescope

    Wed at 07:30 PM Open to Public

    Please join us for our April General Meeting, when member and amateur telescope maker Bob Mulford will present “History of the Dobsonian Telescope”. John Dobson, who died this past January at ... more

  • MAR

    How the Milky Way was Formed

    Wed at 07:30 PM Open to Public

    We know that the spatial distribution of matter just after the Big Bang was nearly uniform, yet at the present day it is far from uniform. We live in a galaxy that is much denser than most regions in the ... more

  • FEB

    General Meeting

    Wed at 07:30 PM Open to Public

    Please join us for our February General Meeting. We will have a short talk followed by a couple videos. SAS board member David Ingram will speak about the International Dark-Sky Association and SAS's ... more