Xinglong Station (NAOC)
Get Xinglong Station NAOC essential facts below. View Videos or join the Xinglong Station NAOC discussion. Add Xinglong Station NAOC to your topic list for future reference or share this resource on social media.
Xinglong Station NAOC
Xinglong Station
Sdle2001 view from 2 meter2.jpg
The observatory buildings
OrganizationNational Astronomical Observatory of China Edit this on Wikidata
Observatory code 327 Edit this on Wikidata
LocationYanshan County, People's Republic of China Edit this at Wikidata
Coordinates40°23?39?N 117°34?30?E / 40.3942°N 117.575°E / 40.3942; 117.575Coordinates: 40°23?39?N 117°34?30?E / 40.3942°N 117.575°E / 40.3942; 117.575
Altitude900 m (3,000 ft)[1]Edit this at Wikidata
Observing time230 nights per year Edit this on Wikidata
Established1968 Edit this on Wikidata[1] Edit this at Wikidata
TelescopesXinglong 1-m Telescope
Xinglong 1.26-m Telescope
Xinglong 2.16-m Telescope
Xinglong 50-cm Telescope
Xinglong 60-cm Telescope
Xinglong 60/90-cm Schmidt Telescope
Xinglong 80-cm Telescope
Xinglong 85-cm Telescope
LAMOST Edit this on Wikidata
Xinglong Station (NAOC) is located in China
Xinglong Station (NAOC)
Location of Xinglong Station

Xinglong Station (simplified Chinese: ; traditional Chinese: ; pinyin: X?nglóng gu?ncè j?dì) is an observatory (IAU code 327) situated south of the main peak of the Yanshan mountains in Hebei province, China. Installed are seven telescopes: a Mark-III photoelectric astrolabe; a 60 cm reflector; an 85 cm reflector; a 60/90 cm Schmidt telescope; a 1.26-meter infrared telescope; and a 2.16-meter telescope. The most recent telescope is the 4m LAMOST. As of 2014 the observatory installed a 5.2-meter telescope as part of their Gamma-ray astronomy program, known colloquially as S?m T?m for its aggressive focal length. It is a popular tourist site.

Discovered minor planets: 3 [2]
31196 Yulong December 24, 1997
48799 Tashikuergan October 8, 1997
58418 Luguhu January 26, 1996

See also


  1. ^ a b "About the Xinglong Observatory". Retrieved 2018.
  2. ^ "Minor Planet Discoverers (by number)". Minor Planet Center. 23 March 2016. Retrieved 2016.

  This article uses material from the Wikipedia page available here. It is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0.



Music Scenes