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J. A. Bennett. Church, State, and Astronomy in Ireland: 200 years of Armagh Observatory. Armagh Observatory. 1990. 277pp.

Steven J. Dick. Sky and Ocean Joined: The U.S. Naval Observatory, 1830-2000. Cambridge University Press. 2003. 609pp.

Tom Frame; Donald Faulkner. Stromlo: An Australian Observatory. Allen & Unwin. 2003. 364pp.

S. C. B. Gascoigne; Katrina Proust; M. O. Robins. The Creation of the Anglo-Australian Observatory. Cambridge University Press. 1990. 301pp.

Klaus Hentschel. The Einstein Tower: An Intertexture of Dynamic Construction, Relativity Theory, and Astronomy. Stanford University Press. 1997. 226pp. Observatory constructed in Potsdam, 1920.

Roger Hutchins. British University Observatories, 1772-1939. Ashgate Publishing. 2008. 533pp.

Donald E. Osterbrock. Yerkes Observatory, 1892-1950: The Birth, Near Death, and Resurrection of a Scientific Research Institution. University of Chicago Press. 1997. 384pp.

Barry Parker. Stairway to the Stars: The Story of the World's Largest Observatory. Basic Books. 2001. 360pp.

Ernst Raimond; René Genee (editor). The Westerbork Observatory: Continuing Adventure in Radio Astronomy. Kluwer Academic Publishers. 1996. 266pp.

Aydin Sayili. The Observatory in Islam and Its Place in the General History of the Observatory. Turkish Historical Society. 1960. 472pp.

Wallace Tucker; Karen Tucker. Revealing the Universe: The Making of the Chandra X-ray Observatory. Harvard University Press. 2001. 295pp.

George Wise. Civic Astronomy: Albany's Dudley Observatory, 1852-2002. Springer. 2004. 208pp.

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