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Lick Observatory is in California. Lick Observatory is an observatory and small community near the top of Mount Hamilton, a 4,foot mountain several miles from the city of San Jose. The main observatory building is open to the public, and visitors can take a tour of the main observatory or do a self-guided tour of the community. Getting to Lick Observatory is definitely possible, but it is difficult. The road is also very narrow, and has two lanes but no bicycle lane.
Justinhoude , Apr 29, UTC. Lookin' good Gentgeen! I put in the coordinates of San Jose and the altitude in meters rounded to the nearest hundred. Do we want to keep the "equipment" section, or roll it all into the tabel?