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The Queen's Observatory is now home to a Torus Technologies CC04 automated telescope Ash Dome. This new equipment, in combination with our new Apogee Alta U9000 CCD camera added in 2007, will allow Queen's undergraduate students to engage in research programs and projects which greatly enhance their scientific training.
Originally posted by Ophiuchus 13
I would try to look at Ceres and asteriod belt activity around Ceres then Saturn north pole then finish checking out Venus. 10 minutes for each look. Is there something there
Originally posted by Surfeit
That unit at Queens is the one I am going to try out. It is being arranged as a gift. It should be amazing.
Originally posted by imawlinn
I would definitely look for craters on Uranus. I heard last month tha that Uranus was impacted by something large and caused a huge gas eruption from the surface of Uranus. Just a suggestion.