Clay Center for Science & Technology
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The Clay Center for Science and Technology is a state-of-the-art astronomical observatory and learning center.
The observatory has seven research-grade telescopes, sophisticated computer and science laboratories, a multi-media lecture hall, classrooms, dining, and meeting spaces, and a solar energy roof deck.
Both a facility of Dexter Southfield and a local and international community resource, it includes science and music laboratories, classrooms, dining rooms, a lecture hall, and an astronomical observatory.
If you have any questions about the telescope nights, the weather, bringing groups, or future telescope nights, call 617-751-3409 one hour before the event.
20 Newton Street, Brookline, MA, 02445 map
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