Menke Observatory

Menke Observatory
Menke Observatory
Organization St. Ambrose University
Location Dixon, Iowa (USA)

Menke Observatory is an astronomical observatory owned and operated by St. Ambrose University. It is located northwest of Dixon, Iowa (USA) on the southern bank of the Wapsipinicon River. It is named after the former President of St. Ambrose, Monsignor Sebastian Menke, and moved to it current location in 1994.

See also

  • List of observatories


  1. "Menke observatory Homepage". Menke observatory - St. Ambrose University. Retrieved December 14, 2005. 

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