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particularly recognized for its work on the smaller solar system bodies.
http://www.lowell.edu/
nonprofit astronomical observatory dedicated to research and education in astronomy.
http://www.mira.org/
features a virtual tour, descriptions of the observatory's research programs, educational resources, and information about requesting time on the 100-inch Hooker Telescope.
http://www.mtwilson.edu/
a 3-meter infrared telescope located at an altitude of 14,000 feet on the summit of Mauna Kea in Hawaii.
http://irtfweb.ifa.hawaii.edu/
operates powerful, advanced radio telescopes spanning the western hemisphere.
http://www.noao.edu/
project set to begin in 2007, the goal of which is to make quality astronomical observing at a dark sky site affordable to everyone.
http://www.astronomy-national-public-observatory.org/
part of the National Optical Astronomy Observatories. NSO operates two major observatory sites.
http://www.nso.edu/
Project to autonomously search for near-Earth and Earth-crossing asteroids using a computer controlled telescope, a CCD camera, and NEAT software.
http://www.neat.jpl.nasa.gov/
daily images of the sun, a tour of the observatory, and various movies (MPEG), images, and links related to solar astronomy.
http://www.bbso.njit.edu/
Observing facilities at OHP (1m93, 1m52, 1m20 telescopes): manuals, schedules. Publications. User's Guide. Lettre de l'OHP.
http://www.obs-hp.fr/
http://www.obspm.fr/
main offices located in Pasadena, California, with observatories located in Chile and Palomar.
http://www.ociw.edu/
operates optical and radio telescopes in Spain. Astronomers conduct research in star formation and evolution, ISM, galaxies, and VLBI.
http://www.oan.es/
http://claret.kpno.noao.edu/
http://orpheus.nascom.nasa.gov/