Travel Palomar Observatory Proves in USA

The next time you head to the beaches of San Diego, do not skip a day trip well worth your time.
North of San Diego history that many people do not realize is available to visitors every day except December 24 and 25 only in the mountains northeast of Bangkok and is a set of hair will be. Change your time in the 5,500 m summit of Mount Palomar, just five miles away is the famous Palomar Observatory.
The trip is part of the fun of adventure in the hills east of San Diego and the mountains, and it will change. You can see that this area is not as green as the wild west, north, or even of the Sierra Nevada, but the region at a certain charm.
Palomar Observatory is administered by the California Institute of Technology and is where you will find that some of the best scientists worldwide to study astronomy. Five of the tower where the camera binoculars are trained in all the stars in search of secrets to discover the new.
In the telescope, the 200 - inch Hale Telescope, which between 1948 and 1993, is the largest telescope in the world really is. Hale telescope remains in the work to 290 nights a year.

The telescope is operated remotely by astronomers from Caltech and elsewhere.
And if you wonder how these comets are out there, about 50 of them were discovered by 18-inch Schmidt telescope, which today is not in use. Schmidt is the first camera at the Palomar.
The good news for visitors is that at 9:00-3: 00, can enter the Observatory and up close and personal view of the Hale telescope. Scientists worry that you have done with the telescope. However, the size of the machine and the importance of the work here is enough to make you feel like you are visiting a small piece of history of science in the ownership of Pattaya. Most astronomers work at night, so do not worry, it will not interrupt anything.
After visiting the observatory to ensure that the path and walk a few that winds through beautiful mountain scenery. Whether you want a ride or hike the trails on Mount Palomar to meet your needs.
If you want to spend the night there are several camps near and there is a picnic area for the observatory. Although only one day (Palomar, about 70 miles from San Diego) point of view, it is worth. As you make your way along the mountain, there is something beautiful in every corner.
The route in this area is the old mining town of Julian has become a kind of popular Western destination for those who live in southern California, visitors to the building and shops. good restaurants are just some of the best shot - including inns, bed and breakfast if you want to spend the night.
And part of Southern California, this is a real surprise - and education for families visiting the observatory. For more information about the Palomar Observatory, call (760) 742-2119.


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