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Offers sky tours by private reservation and resources on BFO's educational space mission.
http://www.observatory.org/
a 3.6 meter optical/infrared telescope located atop the summit of Mauna Kea.
http://www.cfht.hawaii.edu/
located about 500km north of Santiago, Chile, about 70km east of La Serena, at an altitude of 2200 meters. On site are six optical telescopes, and one radio telescope.
http://www.ctio.noao.edu/
observatory, planetarium, exhibits, and natural park setting focusing on astronomy and the space sciences and the interrelationships of all sciences.
http://www.chabotspace.org/
a robotic observatory under construction in Colorado.
http://www.cloudbait.com/
Provides an overview of the observatory and research info on asteroids.
http://www.supernova7.apsc.csi.cuny.edu/
contains extensive documentation on the Optical Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (OSETI) and the activities of the observatory.
http://www.coseti.org/
amateur astronomy education center located on The North Fork of Long Island.
http://www.custerobservatory.org/
private foundation supporting research and education in astronomy, astrophysics, and the history of astronomy.
http://www.dudleyobservatory.org/
automatic telescopes in the Patagonia Mountains near Washington Camp, Arizona.
http://www.fairobs.org/
http://www.glast.gsfc.nasa.gov/
a multi-national effort to build twin 8.1 meter astronomical observatories atop Hawaii's Mauna Kea and Chile's Cerro Pachon.
http://www.gemini.edu/
non-profit educational institution whose purpose is to provide information on astronomy and related sciences to the public.
http://www.GriffithObs.org/
a general purpose software system from the National Optical Astronomy Observatories for the reduction and analysis of astronomical data
http://www.iraf.noao.edu/
dedicated to the celestial mechanics, dynamics, and astrometry of the objects of the Solar System.
http://www.bdl.fr/