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Arkansas Sky Observatory Arkansas Sky Observatory
Description: Celebrating its 32nd year in serving astronomers and the astronomical community, the Arkansas Sky Observatory has a rich heritage in astronomical outreach, education and research.
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Record Last Updated: 2-Jan-2004 | Clicks: 5321


Blue Moon Observatory Blue Moon Observatory
Description: Blue Moon is a new ,under constrution, private observatory for public use. Dave Alford Director of SPAR Planetarium in Shreveport, La. shares the night sky by offering astronomy programs for schools, organazitions and everyone. Includind onsite and a traveling observatory.

Record Last Updated: 26-Oct-2004 | Clicks: 2465


Cold Spring Observatory Cold Spring Observatory
Description: Cold Spring Observatory is located in Cold Spring, Kentucky, 10 miles south of Cincinnati, Ohio.

Record Last Updated: 13-Apr-2004 | Clicks: 2142


Custer Institute, Inc. Observatory Custer Institute, Inc. Observatory
Description: The darkest skies of any observatory on Long Island with public viewings every Saturday weather permitting. Southold, New York, USA

Record Last Updated: 02-Jun-2000 | Clicks: 2598


Deer Meadow Observatory Deer Meadow Observatory
Description: Deer Meadow Observatory is located just south of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA. Good example of a roll-off roof.

Record Last Updated: 15-Jul-2000 | Clicks: 2815


Fox Park Public Observatory Fox Park Public Observatory
Description: Fox Park Public Observatory consists of members from all age groups and levels of interest. The membership participates in public education activities, comet watches, meteor observing, as well as opening our observatory to the public several nights per month, all in Potterville, Michigan.

Record Last Updated: 9-May-2002 | Clicks: 2308


Gunnison Valley Observatory Gunnison Valley Observatory
Description: The Gunnison Valley Observatory site. History of and building of new observatory in Gunnison, Colorado.
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Record Last Updated: 15-Dec-2003 | Clicks: 2169


Hanna City Robotic Observatory Hanna City Robotic Observatory
Description: Details and design information on building a remote-operated robotic telescope with an 8" Meade LX-200 f/6.3 telescope and ST-7 CCD camera.

Record Last Updated: 22-Feb-2001 | Clicks: 2387


JAT Observatory (JATO) JAT Observatory (JATO)
Description: The JAT Observatory (JATO) is a small, privately owned and operated observatory. JATO is located in Fairless Hills Pa. JATO will mainly be used for deep space object (DSO), planetary, and solar imaging as well as casual visual observing.
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Record Last Updated: 25-May-2003 | Clicks: 2313


Ken Dauzat Observatory Ken Dauzat Observatory
Description: Amateur built observatory with rotating fiberglass 3-meter dome that houses a C-14 SCT & 150mm refractor.

Record Last Updated: 9-Nov-2000 | Clicks: 2974


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