Gemini North (Frederick C. Gillett Gemini Telescope)
The observatory in Hawaii is a destination for UO physics students
- Location: Mauna Kea, Hawaii
- Owned by: The United States, Canada, Chile, Australia, Brazil and Argentina
- In operation: Since 1999
- Elevation: 13,600 feet
- Number of telescopes: One (318-inch mirror)
- Number of students who work there: Three to five interns work at the facility during the summer months, including undergraduates.
- Did you know…? Gemini North and Gemini South—its sister observatory in Chile—can collectively access the entire sky for scientists from the six partner nations.
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