Before you come down to the Observatory, here are a few indicators of the current weather conditions and what you can expect to see. The two rows of squares in the image to the left is a smaller version of the Clear Sky Clock for the UNH Observatory. The red vertical line indicates the start of a new day.
On the UNH Observatory site, you will find directions to our observatory, as well as all sorts of other information regarding UNH, the physics dept., and most importantly, astronomy.
Also, check the forecast and please keep in mind that our site of the skies depends on what mother nature lets us see.
This link gives the most recent weather forecast for Durham, NH . This is the weather channel's satellite picture of the region, showing where the clouds are.
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