Hale Observatories


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Hale Observatories:

see Mount Wilson ObservatoryMount Wilson Observatory,
astronomical observatory located in California on Mt. Wilson, near Pasadena. Mt. Wilson Observatory was founded in 1904 by George E. Hale. Its equipment includes 100-in. (2.5-m) and 60-in. (1.
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; Palomar MountainPalomar Mountain
, peak, 6,126 ft (1,867 m) high, S Calif., NE of San Diego, in Cleveland National Forest. It is the site of the Palomar Observatory, operated by the California Institute of Technology.
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Early in the summer of 1969 my mother contacted Hale Observatories, and my friend Stephen Edberg (now at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory) and I became volunteers at the Hale Observatory Library on Wednesday afternoons during the summer break.
Hale Observatories Breakup "Two of America's most famous observatories are no longer jointly administered.
The idea harks back to the early 1950s, when Horace Babcock of the Hale Observatories in California first described the principle.