Paul Wild Observatory
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|Named after||Paul Wild|
|Location||Narrabri, New South Wales, Australia|
|Telescopes||Australia Telescope Compact Array|
Sydney University Stellar Interferometer
- The Australia Telescope Compact Array radio telescope
- The Sydney University Stellar Interferometer
- A node of the Birmingham Solar Oscillations Network
- The Ionospheric Prediction Service.
The observatory is named in honor of Australian radio astronomer Paul Wild.
Two other astronomical facilities are located nearby (although not on the same site). They are the Narrabri Stellar Intensity Interferometer (now decommissioned) and the Bohema Creek Cosmic Ray Observatory.
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