David Cole Observatory
|David B. Cole Observatory|
A view of the observatory inside the Cobb Astro Park
|Organization||Barnstable High School|
|Altitude||54 feet (16 m)|
The David B. Cole Observatory is an educational astronomical observatory owned and operated by Barnstable High School. It is named after David Cole, the longtime trustee of the trust fund of Enoch Cobb. The observatory itself houses one telescope, while there are mounts outside the building for four more telescopes. The observatory is also located within the grounds of the high school, thus allowing for more access to the building for its students.
- "Obituary: David B. Cole, lawyer, dedicated to Barnstable community. Funeral Feb. 25.". Barnstable, Massachusetts: The Barnstable Patriot. February 24, 2009. Retrieved 3 January 2010.
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