- James Cook Observatory
The James Cook Observatory, or just Cook Observatory is the most eastern astronomical observatory in the world. It is located on Titirangi (Kaiti Hill), Gisborne, North Island, New Zealand. It is named after Captain James Cook.
Astronomical observatories in New ZealandAshburton Astronomy Group Observatory · Benmore Peak · Beverly-Begg Observatory · Carter Observatory · Cawthron Atkinson Observatory · Farm Cove Observatory · Gifford Observatory · Hamilton Astronomical Society Observatory · Hawera Observatory · James Cook Observatory · Mount Albert Grammar School · Mount John University Observatory · Nankivell Observatory · New Plymouth Observatory · North Otago Astronomical Society Observatory · R. F. Joyce Observatory · Southland Astronomical Society Observatory · Stardome Observatory · Thomas King Observatory · Townsend Observatory · Ward Observatory · Whangarei Observatory
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