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Siding Spring Observatory path
Australia

The Siding Spring Observatory is the major optical and infrared observatory in Australia. This dome houses the 3.9m Anglo-Australian Telescope: the largest optical telescope in Australia. The path leads down to the visitor's centre and gift shop.

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