Werner Schmidt Observatory
210 Station Ave
Dennis-Yarmouth High School
South Yarmouth, MA 02664

The Werner Schmidt Observatory (I06), Lat N 41° 40′ 42″ Long W 70° 11′ 37″, includes a 12.5-foot Ash dome, and a warm room where much of the imaging from the dome can be viewed.

Eclipsed Moon of Pisces
2015 09 27 10:12 EDT

Our equipment includes:

12 1/2 -inch Planewave telescope 18-inch Obsession reflector
Celestron 14-inch reflector 101 mm Televue APO refractor
8-inch Schmidt-Cassegrain SBIG ST-8XE CCD camera
8-inch Dobsonian MallinCam color video camera
6-inch Ritchey-Chretien on a Losmandy mount for photographic work Stellacam STV video camera
6-inch Meade LightSwitch 47-inch LCD TV
Two Solar hydrogen alpha telescopes (SolarMax II 60mm and Lunt LS100T) Various computers with astronomy and other scientific software with Internet access

If you are a CCAS member and wish to borrow a telescope for use at home, please check with the director of the observatory, Charlie Burke.  We usually have loaner scopes available.