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Amateur Astronomy Observatories

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An observatory is a structure intended to permanently house and protect telescopes, allowing them to be protected while remaining ready for observing. Typically the roof of the observatory slides sideways or can be removed to allow viewing. This category lists sites depicting homemade observatories, including photographs and design plans.
  • Astronomy for Africa

    Contains information on the instructional sessions and adventures offered by the organization. Also includes discussions on the issues and solutions of light pollution.

  • Cymbeline Observatory

    Details the construction of the homemade observatory. Provides information about the astronomical tools and accessories used.

  • David’s Astronomy Site

    Presents collections of images of solar system objects; also includes reports on the observation sessions and detailed descriptions of the instruments and accessories used.

  • Grimee Observatory

    Features recent images of astronomical phenomena and objects. Also lists details of equipment specifications.

  • Irvington Observatory

    Displays a timepiece chart that reports the atmospheric condition of the day. Also shows pictures of deep sky entities.

  • The Miller Observatory

    A small privately owned observatory involved in scientific research and ccd imaging.

  • Red Barn Observatory

    Shows descriptive details on the cameras used in the study with images. Also features data detailing observation results of extraterrestrial bodies.

  • Whitepeak Lunar Observatory

    Provides information about the design and construction of the observatory and details about the moon’s surface makeup.

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