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Orange County Astronomers, the nation's largest local amateur astronomy club, has a twenty acre observing site near Anza, California. The site is 12 miles northeast of Palomar Observatory at 4300 feet altitude and is conveniently located an average of two hours driving time from North Orange County. The delicate beauty of the California desert is evident in these photos of redshank in bloom and a petite half inch high butterfly photographed in July. OCA members are justifiably proud of our observing site. It would be our pleasure to take you on a guided virtual tour. So . . .


Step this way . . .

Overhead Satellite

Site Panorama

The Commons ("Football Field", RV Area, "Last Members In" Area)

Anza House

Members Observatories

Jupiter Ridge

Mars Hill

Lower Pad Area

Ten Pad Alley

Observatory Hill

Upper Pad "Yacht Club"

Anza Site Resources

 

 

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