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"Just look up, we are all under the same starry sky." - unknown


Oregon is fortunate to have quite a few observatories scattered throughout our state. What a better way to appreciate Oregon's dark skies then by taking a trip to one of these observatories. Maybe you'll see a far off galaxy or nebula. Make sure you check dates/times of operation beforehand. 

The Haggart Observatory at Clackamas

Community College

Oregon City Campus

19600 Molalla Ave.

Oregon City, OR. 97705

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Pine Mountain Observatory

PMO is 34 miles southeast of Bend, in Central Oregon.


Oregon Observatory at Sunriver

157245 River Road

Sunriver, OR. 97707


Hopservatory at Worthy Brewing

495 NE Bellevue Dr.

Bend, OR. 97701


Dee Wright Observatory 

Found at the pass on highway 242/McKenzie Pass, this unusual and historic observatory sits atop vast black lava flows.


Goldendale Observatory

87 Stonehenge Dr.

Goldendale, WA. 98620

Yes, it's in Washington, but It's too close to not take advantage of this wonderful resource.

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