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Offers images by astronomer and photographer David Malin and information about the observatory.
Information for scientific users and the general public. Includes news, information for visitors, staff directory, logistics, schedule, operations, exhibits, and programs.
|Exploratorium: Ancient Observatories|
Learn more about the history of the Chaco Canyon observatory in New Mexico and the Maya observatory Chichén Itzá.
|Kitt Peak Virtual Tour|
First national observatory of the United States and has the world's largest collection of optical telescopes. Tour of the grounds and telescopes, with descriptions, maps, photographs.
|National Radio Astronomy Observatory|
Information for the teachers, astronomers, and the public. Also has directions to observatory sites and a large image gallery.
Allows to generate images of any portion of the night sky by indicating position, scale and orientation.
|Spaceguard Centre, The|
Provides information on potentially hazardous near earth objects. Includes online virtual exhibit, resources, news, events, and FAQ.
|Apache Point Observatory|
Latest image,Directory, observing aids, and employment opportunities.
Dedicated to the building of a home roll-off observatory.
|Australia Telescope National Facility|
News and resource details about this CSIRO program that supports research in radio astronomy. See a set of radio telescopes in use to scan the sky for dead stars and distant galaxies.
|Brooks Astronomical Observatory|
Presents the history of the Observatory and its technological capabilities. Includes images of comets, planets, and other space phenomena.
|High Altitude Observatory|
Dedicated to the study of the sun and its effects on the Earth's atmosphere. Offers research information, education, workshops, and visitor information.
|National Solar Observatory|
Provides a mission statement, current projects, telescopes, images and current data, employment opportunities, and visitor information. Includes live images of the sun.