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Rural region short distance north-east of Cape Town.
Site used by ASSA Cape Town Centre as an observing site.
Sky Quality Meter readings
|Site||Lat.||Long.||Date & time||mag/sq"||st.dev||°C||Comments||Measured by|
|Cape Centre dark sky site||33 34 25S||18 51 15E||2010 Sep 04, 21:15 SAST||20.57||-||12||Dew||A.Slotegraaf|
|Cape Centre dark sky site||33 34 25S||18 51 15E||2010 Jun 06, 01:20 SAST||21.1||0.01||11||-||A.Slotegraaf|
|Cape Centre dark sky site||33 34 25S||18 51 15E||2010 Jun 05, 20:46 SAST||21.1||0.01||14||-||A.Slotegraaf|
|Cape Centre dark sky site||33 34 25S||18 51 15E||2010 May 16, 00:01 SAST||21.1||0.02||14||Partial thin cloud||A.Slotegraaf|
|Cape Centre dark sky site||33 34 25S||18 51 15E||2010 May 15, 20:34 SAST||20.6||0.03||17||-||A.Slotegraaf|
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