You are about to experience the largest and best-equipped observatory of any institution in Vermont. Mittelman Observatory consists of a dome housing a 24-inch telescope, a control room, and an observation deck equipped with three smaller reflecting telescopes as well as plentiful space for naked eye viewing of Vermont’s dark skies.
A 20 July 2017 time-lapse photograph of star trails above Mittelman Observatory and McCardell Bicentennial Hall.
Chris Spencer via Middlebury Communications
Asher Lantz, “The Bi Hall Telescope: A Closer Look,” Middlebury Campus, 10 May 2017.
Sarah Asch, “Observatory Opens for Public Glimpse of Planets,” Middlebury Campus, 22 September 2016.
“Mittelman Observatory at Middlebury College: Engaging and Inspiring Liberal Arts Students to Investigate the Universe from Vermont,” Mittelman Observatory, 30 May/1 June 2019
“Student Astronomers Present Research at KNAC Symposium,” Middlebury News Room, 3 October 2018
“J-term Scenes: Measuring the Earth as the Ancients Did,” Middlebury News Room, 27 January 2017
Devin MacDonald, “Students Reach for the Stars at Astronomy Symposium,” Middlebury Campus, 26 September 2012