Comet C/2002 V1 observed from La Cañada

La Cañada, Avila, SpainEspañol Latitude 40º 36.3' N, longitude 04º 29.5' W, altitude 1400 m MPC J87

La Cañada Observatory, is an initiative by Juan Lacruz, the main activity is to followup near earth objects (NEOs) and comets, the observatory started operations in the summer of 2002, registered as station J87 in the Minor Planet Center of the International Astronomical Union. La Cañada Observatory also participates in the studies on minor bodies promoted by the Group on Meteorites, Minor Bodies, and Planetary Sciences of the Institute of Space Sciences (CSIC-IEEC).



Contents

The observatory
News
Highlights
NEOCP Observations
SN Observations

Tools
Assorted docs
Using SkyMorph
Images of Comets


Weather homeMeteo

Cafe Matematico

The pursuit of a hobby

The Moon, courtesy of USNO
USNO



Astronomy blog
Meteors blog
Nature blog



Links

NEODys, Pisa
Cometary Science Center
Carl Hergenrother
Catalina SKY Survey
Seiichi Yoshida
Yanga Fernandez
J95 Peter Birtwhistle
941 Rafael Ferrando
Josep M. Trigo-Rodríguez
Jose Maria Madiedo
David Jewitt
Diego Rodriguez, Grupo M1







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