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Littlebear Observatory Littlebear Observatory
Description: Personal deep sky observatory

Record Last Updated: 31-Aug-2000 | Clicks: 2248

 

Observatorio ARVAL Observatorio ARVAL
Description: Amateur observatory in Caracas, Venezuela, with astrophotography images, descriptions of equipment, and the ARVAL Catalog of Bright Objects. [Ed. note: The primary language of the site is Spanish, but there is English content; it isn't in a separate section so you have to hunt for it somewhat.]
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Record Last Updated: 3-Oct-2001 | Clicks: 1455

 

Parsonsburg Observatory Parsonsburg Observatory
Description: This privately owned, FREE observatory is intended for private & educational groups such as: Scout Troops, 4-H Groups, School Clubs, Excel Students and Parents & Individuals interested in Astronomy. Parsonsburg, Maryland, USA

Record Last Updated: 02-Jun-2000 | Clicks: 1718

 

Poor Meadow Dyke Observatory Poor Meadow Dyke Observatory
Description: A large telescope making and CCD imaging site. Sections include DIY frame de-rotation, images, a hints and tips section, plus a lot more.

Record Last Updated: 12-Jun-2001 | Clicks: 1608

 

Rainwater Observatory and Planetarium Rainwater Observatory and Planetarium
Description: The Rainwater Observatory and Planetarium is an educational ministry of French Camp Academy primarily focused on education for amateur astronomers, school science classes, or local community groups. French Camp, Mississippi, USA

Record Last Updated: 02-Jun-2000 | Clicks: 1660

 

Robert Ferguson Observatory Robert Ferguson Observatory
Description: Telescopes in the Valley of the Moon! The Moore 40" and the Fruth 14" CCD telescopes are used by members of 'The Valley of the Moon Observatory Association' to educate the public. The observatory houses a forty inch (one meter) telescope and a 14 inch CCD telescope. The facilities are available for public and private use.

Record Last Updated: 12-Oct-2000 | Clicks: 1641

 

Sepeciai Astronomical Observatory Sepeciai Astronomical Observatory
Description: Sepeciai astronomical observatory is in center of Europe in the country of Lithuania. This page is for amateur astronomers. There are interesting articles, charts, and links.

Record Last Updated: 26-Mar-2003 | Clicks: 1265

 

Sirius Observatory Sirius Observatory
Description: Very large spectrohelioscope for observing the Sun, Gaertner coelostat with roll-off building, Clark refractors, Fecker cassegrain, restorations, Zenith telescope, observatory.

Record Last Updated: 11-Sep-2002 | Clicks: 1433

 

Springbrook Observatory Queensland Australia Springbrook Observatory Queensland Australia
Description: ccd imaging in the southern skies on the gold coast Equipment used C14,C11,4.5"Refractor. ST7E, AO7 on line imaging in real time

Record Last Updated: 19-Aug-2000 | Clicks: 1503

 

Star Cruiser Observatory Star Cruiser Observatory
Description: The Star Cruiser Observatory is under construction at the Orange County Astronomers (OCA) observing site near Anza, CA. The16.25-inch f/17 cassegrain telescope was built by Dick Wallace in the early 90's.

Record Last Updated: 27-Jul-2000 | Clicks: 1561

 

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