James Gregory Telescope
The James Gregory telescope
|Named after||James Gregory|
|Location(s)||St Andrews, United Kingdom|
|Organization||University of St Andrews|
|Telescope style||optical telescope
|Diameter||0.94 m (3 ft 1 in)|
The James Gregory Telescope is the largest working optical telescope in the UK and is still used by the School of Physics and Astronomy for research in collaborative projects such as SuperWASP and the study of super massive black holes and their impact on galaxy structure.
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