Endorsed by Curators:
Come and joinRick Bria, ASG astronomer, onthe first and third Wednesday of every month (when skies are clear!) for our free public nights. Rick will talk about the views of planets, nebulae, and other deep sky objects you will see in the telescope.
The Observatory is operated by members of the Astronomical Society of Greenwich on behalf of the Greenwich Board of Education.The Observatory is on the grounds of the Julian Curtiss School, East Elm Street, Greenwich
Thanks to the generosity of several donors, in 2014 The Astronomical Society of Greenwich installed a state-of-the-art RCOS Carbon Truss 16 Ritchey-Chretien F/8.4 telescope in the Observatory.
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The Observatory is on the Julian Curtiss school grounds on a small hill to the west of the school playing fields and to the northeast of the parking lot.
How to find us:When you reach 198 Elm St, you will be at the top of a rotary at the entrance to the Julian Curtiss School. Enter here and your second left will be a small parking lot. The Observatory is northeast at the top of a hill. See below for details.