It’s human nature to explore the worlds outside our own, and to venture out into the unknown.
Through our extensive research projects, we’ve helped scientists and experts observe and uncover the mysteries of the Universe.
This endeavor has been made official with the two observatory codes we received from the International Astronomical Union’s Minor Planet Center (M43) and the American Association of Variable Star Observers or AAVSO (OAAA) in 2019.
We participate in international observatories’ research activities and we’ve also been involved with university research such as with the Center for Astro, Particle, and Planetary Physics at the New York University – Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) and international astronomical organizations such as the American Association of Variable Star Observers (AAVSO).
Here you’ll find all the observations we’ve done since we opened in 2016, from sunspots to elusive space rocks and binary systems.
Check out how our data has helped a number of research work here in the UAE and abroad.
Here is where you can skim through our daily observations of the Sun’s activities.
Al Sadeem Observatory has been keeping an eye on a number of deep-sky wonders, from asteroids and comets to black holes and binary systems. Check them out here.