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D. Nelson Limber Memorial Observatory was founded in the summer of 1979 in the Texas Hill Country near San Antonio as a private observatory and residence. It is named in memory of a distinguished faculty member of the University of Virginia Department of Astronomy.

The 0.4 m telescope has been used for a variety of research projects, including broadband linear polarization studies of early emission line stars with a Glan prism photopolarimeter.

The Limber Observatory Clear Sky Chart gives an astronomer's forecast for local observing conditions.

[nrp] The Mystery of the Be Stars (an introduction to Be stars for the non-specialist, contributed to the Space Telescope Science Institute 1998 May Symposium on "Unsolved Problems in Stellar Evolution")

Limber Observatory - P.O. Box 63599 - Pipe Creek TX 78063
Maintained by David McDavid - last update: 09 August 2022.