Delaware Valley Amateur Astronomers

  • 13 Feb 2017 6:27 PM | Anonymous
    In the desert, the Earth boils and stars fill the sky. By day, you can see plumes of geothermal steam rising in every direction, pouring from vents in the ground and disappearing into the crisp, dry air. Read more...
  • 09 Feb 2017 9:23 PM | Anonymous

    It’s hard to comprehend the sheer size of objects in space , but let’s give it a try! This ESOcast takes a close look at the sizes of stars we see every night we’re out observing.

  • 23 Jan 2017 9:46 PM | Anonymous

    You can make a difference! Contact your community leaders and elected officials to insist that they adopt the AMA recommendations.


  • 23 Jan 2017 5:54 PM | Anonymous

    Dennis Galvin originally posted this on the Yahoo group.

    I heard this mentioned on AstronomyCast podcast the other night and checked it out. It seems to be a well thought out and executed 'what to see in 2017', free PDF download.


  • 21 Jan 2017 12:18 PM | Anonymous

    The website is starting to take shape. Still a long way to go but looking better. I'll be testing a few key concepts over the next few days so keep watching. Remember, The site may look a little odd from time to time as changes are made.

  • 01 Apr 2016 11:26 AM | Anonymous

    Friday, April 22nd (rain date: Saturday April 23rd) is Philadelphia's annual Astronomy night. Partnering with the Franklin Institute's Derrick Pitts as well as numerous location throughout the Philadelphia area, the DVAA will be assisting to help spread the word about astronomy!

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