Nassau Station Pictures
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The observatory and surrounding land.
Pictures of the telescope as it appeared prior to painting in June 1998
Pictures of the telescope as it currently appears.
Pictures of the tailpiece (instruments hung behind the hole in the primary mirror of the telescope). Currently the tailpiece is equipped to hold a CCD camera for guiding the telescope and another CCD camera for direct imaging. The cables hanging off the tailpiece connect to the computer controls for the cameras and motors.
The Polaris monitor. If the night is clear, the Polaris monitor will see Polaris and tell the telescope that it is possible to observe.
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