Observatorio de La Cañada

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Observatorio de La Cañada
Observatory WinterView.JPG
Organization private
Code J87  
Location Ávila, Spain
Altitude 1400 m
Established 2002

Observatorio de La Cañada (La Cañada Observatory), is an amateur facility in Ávila, Spain privately owned by Juan Lacruz, the main activity is to monitor NEOs (Near Earth Objects) other asteroids and comets.

The observatory joined the International Astronomical Union sending the first astrometric observations in the summer of 2002. The Minor Planet Center assigned the observatory code J87: La Cañada.

Instrumental :

Telescope RCT 0.40m + CCD

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