Collurania-Teramo Observatory

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Abruzzo Astronomical Observatory
Osservatorio astronomico d'Abruzzo.jpg
Alternative namesCollurania-Teramo Observatory Edit this at Wikidata
OrganizationNational Institute for Astrophysics
Observatory code037
LocationTeramo, Italy
Coordinates42°39′18″N 13°43′49″E / 42.654900°N 13.730300°E / 42.654900; 13.730300Coordinates: 42°39′18″N 13°43′49″E / 42.654900°N 13.730300°E / 42.654900; 13.730300
TelescopesCampo Imperatore Astronomical Observatory Edit this on Wikidata
Collurania-Teramo Observatory is located in Italy
Collurania-Teramo Observatory
Location of Abruzzo Astronomical Observatory
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The Collurania Observatory, also Teramo Observatory, (Italian: Osservatorio Astronomico di Collurania "Vincenzo Cerulli"), is an astronomical observatory located in Teramo, in Abruzzo region of central Italy. It was founded by Vincenzo Cerulli in 1890, who was later honoured by having it bear his name; the observatory is owned and operated by the National Institute for Astrophysics (INAF). It has the IAU code 037.

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