Clay Center

The Clay Center for Science and Technology is a state-of-the-art astronomical observatory and learning center.  Both a facility of Dexter Southfield and a local and international community resource, it includes science and music laboratories, classrooms, dining rooms, a lecture hall, and an astronomical observatory.

The navigation menu provides links to a number of Clay Center programs and opportunities.

In the News

November 19, 2013 — NECN recently reported from the Clay Center Observatory about a historic NASA launch. Clay Center faculty and staff members, volunteers, and guests were on hand for a regularly-scheduled public telescope night, that happened to coincide with the Virginia-based launch. Click here to watch the NECN report and read the full story.
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