|Organization||Black Hills Astronomical Society|
|Location||Quinn, South Dakota, United States|
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Badlands Observatory (IAU code 918) is an astronomical observatory named after the South Dakota Badlands. It is located in Quinn, South Dakota near the city of Wall, USA. The observatory is run with support from the Black Hills Astronomical Society and was founded by Ron Dyvig from the Kitt Peak Observatory in 2000.
|Asteroids discovered: 3|
|(51772) 2001 MJ||June 16, 2001|
|(63528) 2001 PX13||August 13, 2001|
|(82361) 2001 MV6||June 23, 2001|
- "Badlands Observatory Homepage". Badlands Observatory. Archived from the original on 26 December 2007. Retrieved January 8, 2008. Unknown parameter
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- Badlands Observatory Clear sky clock Weather forecasts of observing conditions.
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