|Organization||James Madison University|
|Location||Stokesville Campground, Stokesville, Virginia, United States|
Stokesville Observatory is an astronomical observatory owned by H. D. Riddleberger of Harrisonburg, VA. It is located in Stokesville Campground in Stokesville near Mount Solon, Virginia (USA). The location is adjacent to the George Washington National Forest.
The observatory has one 16-foot-diameter (4.9 m) silo-type room housing a 14-inch Celestron Compustar telescope owned by James Madison University under a powered Ash observatory dome. An adjoining shaped room houses astronomy displays and materials used for instructional classes. The building is surrounded by a circle of 8 powered piers for mounting additional telescopes.
- "Stokesville Observatory Homepage". Stokesville Observatory. Archived from the original on September 7, 2006. Retrieved December 15, 2005.
- Celestron Compustar Fan site
- Shenandoah Valley Stargazers who use and support the observatory
- James Madison Physics Department
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