2-meter UK Schmidt Telescope
at Siding Spring Observatory, Australia, and Allan Sandage wrote about it and the scattering of optical light in 1975-76.
Beutler's work draws on data from a survey of more than 125,000 galaxies carried out with the UK Schmidt Telescope
in eastern Australia.
This comet was discovered comparatively recently, in 1968, by Martin Hartley at the UK Schmidt Telescope
unit in Australia.
Using a sequence of photographs of the southern celestial hemisphere taken by the UK Schmidt telescope
at Siding Springs Observatory in New South Wales, Australia, the team picked out images of distant galaxies and discarded those of individual stars with the help of a computerized scanning machine.
2-meter (48-inch) UK Schmidt Telescope
A nother comet-hunting team relies on high-quality photographic plates at the UK Schmidt telescope
at Siding Springs Observatory, New South Wales, Australia.
Subsequently, similar clouds were found on plates obtained by David Malin with the UK Schmidt Telescope
at Siding Spring Observatory in Australia.
STScI has been digitizing the photographic Sky survey plates from the Palomar and UK Schmidt telescopes
to produce the GSC and Digital Sky Survey (DSS).