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Section - A.08 Which observatories offer tours or public viewing?

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 Many larger observatories do offer tours.  If the observatory of interest
has a Web page, that should provide a way to contact somebody at the
observatory, see the FAQ "What are good Net sites for astronomy info and
images?"  and How can I find contact addresses for
astronomers/observatories?.

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