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-**Please clean up after yourself in the remote observing ​area (i.e. the basement of Campbell Hall, Room 11).**+**Please clean up after yourself in the remote observing ​rooms!**
  
-**Also, there is to be absolutely NO COOKING OR COFFEE MAKING in the remote ​observing ​area.** +To get swipe access ​to the observing ​roomstalk to the administrative staff at least a couple weeks in advance of when you need it (the authorization process is sometimes real slow).
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-To get your Cal ID card coded for the entrance to Room 11you must bring you Cal ID to the Keys, Space, and Heath & Safety person ​(currently [[magtibay@astro.berkeley.edu|Robert Magtibay]], 601-C Campbell Hall).+
  
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-The official department page about this stuff is [[http://​astro.berkeley.edu/​facilities/​keckremote/​|here]] and the official Keck Mainland Observing page is [[http://​www2.keck.hawaii.edu/​inst/​common/​mainland_observing.html|here]].+The official department page about this stuff is [[http://​astro.berkeley.edu/​research-facilities|here]] and the official Keck Mainland Observing page is [[http://​www2.keck.hawaii.edu/​inst/​common/​mainland_observing.html|here]]. 
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 +There are three observing rooms on the ground floor of Campbell. ​ You need keycard access to enter. ​ Each station is equipped with several monitors and a polycom for talking to the telescope operator on the summit. ​ All rooms have a couch (146 has the comfiest) and room 144 has a fridge, coffee maker, and microwave, but please keep it all clean! ​ Bathrooms are in the hallway; remember your keycard so you can get back into the observing room!
  
-There are three observing rooms on the ground floor of Campbell. ​ You need keycard access (email Rayna + your advisor) to enter. ​ Each station is equipped with several monitors and a polycom for talking to the telescope operator on the summit. ​ All rooms have a couch (146 has the comfiest) and room 144 has a fridge, coffee maker, and microwave, but please keep it all clean! ​ Bathrooms are in the hallway; remember your keycard so you can get back into the observing room! 
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