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|Organization||Manchester Astronomical Society, University of Manchester|
|Location||Sackville Street Building, Manchester, England|
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The Godlee Observatory is an old astronomical observatory located in a tower on the roof of the University of Manchester's Sackville Street Building (formerly UMIST Main Building), in the City Centre of Manchester, England. It was given to the city of Manchester by Francis Godlee when construction was completed in 1902.
The observatory is operated by the Manchester Astronomical Society.
- "The moon, the stars and the Godlee". BBC News. 20 July 2009.
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