MIRABILIS   OBSERVATORY
Lat. 46 deg. 3'      Long. 74deg. 32'


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Retired since 1998, Rémi enjoys astronomy but particularly CCD imaging. Lise also likes astronomy and draws the sun spots as she sees them at the telescope.
 
Located in the Mont-Tremblant area, 120 km (75 miles) north of Montreal, Canada, in the Laurentians, the observatory is on a mountain top at an altitude of 450 meters (1500 ft). The sky is fairly dark and the view is just superb with great sunsets.


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Why the name MIRABILIS?

Mirabilis is the name of a flower that opens at night and closes during Fleurs

the day.
Just like an
 
observatory!
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