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SLL Pictures

The following images were taken using digital cameras (handheld/SLR, Meade CCD, or a web cam). As a general rule, the Meade CCD images are in black and white. For more information about the images below, feel free to contact us.


The Selman Learning Laboratory Observatory:


















Friendly Guests from the 5th grade at Woodward Middle School:

During their visit, a total of 81 people (students, parents, and teachers) received an introduction to the SLL Observatory, a tour of the facility, and the chance to view objects in the sky. Objects observed included M13 (the great globular cluster of Hercules, M31 (Andromeda galaxy), M57 (the ring nebula of Lyra), Vega, and the Moon at varying degrees of magnification. Thank you for coming out and asking so many great questions!