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Rothney Astrophysical Observatory:
A Must-Visit Facility in Priddis

Priddis is a Canadian hamlet located in Foothills County. Though small, the settlement does not disappoint when it comes to fascinating places to visit. This article looks at what is probably the most outstanding fun spot in this Canadian hamlet, and that is none other than the Rothney Astrophysical Observatory.

The Rothney Astrophysical Observatory (RAO)

When the University of Caglary's physics department came up with a graduate program in 1967, no one would foresee what would follow. Shortly after the program was developed, the department saw it fit to establish an observatory for researchers and students. The result was the Rothney Astrophysical Observatory, which is often shortened as RAO.

Loved by tourists as well as locals, the Rothney Astrophysical Observatory is one of the best places to be if one is visiting Priddis, Alberta. Yes, nothing seems to be as beautiful and relaxing as a night’s cloudless sky. This is all thanks to countless stars, some of which are arranged in eye-catching patterns or constellations: Pisces, Aquarius, Capricornus, Sagittarius, Scorpius, Libra, Leo, Cancer, etc. What of exploring the deep of the sky using a telescope? A night at the RAO perfectly sets anyone up for all this fun stuff.

The RAO also plays host to dozens of fun events throughout the year, and it is owned by a community of well-enlightened people in the name of the University of Calgary. These people have answers to all queries, which means a trip to this place will definitely be an informative one.

An overcast night would be the only obstacle to your trip to the observatory. In this case, it's worth postponing to a clearer day, and if you find you've got nothing else to do, perhaps it would be best to check out the local pub or play games at a couple of online casinos. You can find a whole bunch of sites offering hundreds of entertaining games at CanadaCasino.