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UAO stands for University of Arizona Observatories

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acquired using the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory charge-coupled device (CCD) on the 154 cm Catalina telescope of the University of Arizona Observatories.
Optical Astronomy Observatory, the University of Arizona Observatories, the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, and the NASA Infrared Telescope Facili...
Photoelectric observations of 1915 Quetzalcoatl on; Laboratory and the 2.29-m Steward Observatory reflector of the University of Arizona Observatories.
24 a stellar occultation by a possible Neptunian satellite was recorded with the Catalina and Mount Lemmon telescopes of the University of Arizona observatories...
Pictures found on Internet: impact on Jupiter; This is an image obtained with the 2.3-meter telescope of the University of Arizona Observatories on Kitt Peak in...
Kitt Peak Images of Comet P/Shoemaker-Levy 9 Collision with Jupiter Images of Comet courtesy of University of Arizona Observatories on Kitt Peak
Apply through Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory. Deadline: Tuesday, 14 February (Noon EDT) Apply through University of Arizona Observatories
Narrow field image (File sl9w.93.03.30.gif): This is an image obtained with the 2.3-meter telescope of the University of Arizona Observatories on Kitt Peak in Arizona...
Vatican priests are studying the skies at The University of Arizona observatories, apparently. BBC News - Vatican observatory where priests are also
These data are based on photoelectric observations obtained at the University of Arizona Observatories; and at the...
The view from above; this is the Bok Reflector (named for Bart Bok, who oversaw the University of Arizona observatories from 1966-1969) from the viewing deck of the...
(+ Lunar and Planetary Laboratory CCD and spectrometer system) of the University of Arizona Observatories. The comet showed three secondary nuclei (B...
the University of Arizona observatories, Palomar Observatory in California and Mauna Kea Observatory in Hawaii. The first to see and measure an eclipse of Pluto...
The Multiple Mirror Telescope is sponsored by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory and the University of Arizona Observatories.
(CCD) on the 154-cm Catalina telescope of the University of Arizona Observatories. Our data acquisition system was employed in two modes. The long-slit...
The University of Arizona), observatories (Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera, Osservatorio Astronomico di Arcetri, Steward Observatory) and scientific...
It is sponsered by University of Arizona Observatories and Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory. Posted by Jack Griffith at 4:22 PM No comments: Email This BlogThis!
Looking for the abbreviation of University of Arizona Observatories? Find out what is the most common shorthand of University of Arizona Observatories on...
University of Arizona Observatories Guidelines for Observing. Useful Addresses & Phone Numbers. Area Code 520 Emergency Services...
Northern Arizona University Research; (through our partnership in the University of Arizona Observatories), Hawaii, Mexico, Chile, and South Africa...
University of Arizona Observatories Came Through Aspen Fire OK. Press Release From: University of Arizona Posted: Sunday, July 13, 2003
Astronomers using the Herschel Space Observatory and Plank satellite, plus University of Arizona observatories, discover likely precursors of the galaxy clusters we...
There are two avenues available to apply for observing time at the MMTO. If you or your collaborator work for one of the University of Arizona Observatories or the...
Paul Scowen (ASU), Rolf Jansen (Arizona State University), Matthew Beasley; University of Arizona Observatories Telescope Allocation Committee...
He became director of the Vatican Observatory in 1978 and was acting director and head of the University of Arizona observatories in 1979.
mainly on the 60" and 90" telescopes of the University of Arizona Observatories on Mr. Lemmon and Kitt Peak. Approximately 30 small asteroids were observed.
Image of comet P/Giacobini-Zinner taken 22 August 1985, 0934 U.T., using the Catalina 154-cm telescope of the University of Arizona Observatories.
13 July 1989 and 2 August 1989. The observations were performed with the 154 cm Catalina Telescope of the University of Arizona Observatories.
A composition comparison between comets P/Halley and; The observations were performed with the 154 cm Catalina Telescope of the University of Arizona Observatories.
This is an image obtained with the 0.91-meter Spacewatch Telescope of the University of Arizona Observatories on Kitt Peak in Arizona by Jim Scotti, on 1993 March 30...
MMT Observatory staff and by the staff of the two sponsoring institutions (Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory and University of Arizona Observatories)...
established an observing network. The network is made up of astronomers at McDonald Observatory in Texas, the University of Arizona observatories...