Control a Telescope with MicroObservatory
Monday, November 30, 2009
News Feature

MicroObservatory is a network of automated telescopes that can be controlled over the Internet. They were developed by scientists and educators at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics and were designed to enable youth nationwide to investigate the wonders of the deep sky from their classrooms or after-school centers.

The telescopes are located and maintained at observatories affiliated with the Center for Astrophysics, including the Harvard College Observatory in Cambridge, MA, and the Whipple Observatory in Amado, AZ.

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