Astronomical Observatories (in colour)

Created by Jill F.

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Please share your colour photos of astronomical observatories. The purpose of observatories is to house telescopes with which to observe the night sky, celestial objects and beyond. There are many astronomical observatories around the world, often located on high ground to avoid clouds and ground level light pollution. Examples are Mauna Kea Hawaii, ESO Chile, GTC Gran Canaria to name a few. In the UK, some are situated at ground level or in the roof of a building, eg the Royal Observatory at Greenwich. External or internal images are welcome and people can be in the photograph. Please only enter colour photos.

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Entries closed
21 June 2020

21 June 2020 to 28 June 2020

Winners announced
28 June 2020

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