Hall's Harbour, NS
24-Nov-2015, 18:04 AST
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Due to our recent move, my weather station is not running. Weather information from offsite sources is fully functional.
Look for full weather reports in the new year.

Image of the day

A random astrophotograph from Hall's Harbour Observatory
M65, M66, NGC 3628, the Leo Triplet

About Hall's Harbour Observatory

Hall's Harbour Observatory is a private amateur observatory located in Hall's Harbour, NS. Its primary purpose is for me to have fun taking pictures of the night sky. Please note that it is not open to the public.

My objective is to take advantage of favourable weather, even if unexpected, and start taking astro images on a moment's notice, preferably without leaving the house. In order to do that, I need a fully automatic observatory. Reaching that goal is taking a bit longer than I had hoped, but I am close to it, and progress is ongoing. The entire operation, from startup, through imaging, to shut down will soon be controlled at the click of a mouse.

The observatory was originally located in St. Bernard, NS, under the name 'Baie Ste. Marie Observatory'. It was built in three months, in the summer of 2013. Due to a recent move (June, 2015), it is now located in Hall's Harbour, NS.

My current priority is to get the building and its equipment re-installed at the new site. Following that, I plan to complete the new dome automation system as soon as possible.


Current view of Hall's Harbour Observatory
Current view of Hall's Harbour Observatory

Clear Sky Chart