University of New Hampshire Observatory
|University of New Hampshire Observatory|
|Organization||University of New Hampshire|
|Location||Durham, New Hampshire|
|Altitude||31 meters (102 ft)|
University of New Hampshire Observatory is an astronomical observatory owned and operated by the University of New Hampshire. It is located in Durham, New Hampshire (USA) near the old Durham Reservoir. The main telescope is a 0.35 m (14 in) Schmidt–Cassegrain reflecting telescope donated to the observatory in 1984. It is used only for educational purposes.
- "Observatory FAQs | Physics". University of New Hampshire Physics. Retrieved 2012-01-11.
- UNH Observatory at the University of New Hampshire
- UNH Observatory Clear Sky Chart Forecasts of observing conditions.
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