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The camera is mounted on the heliostat platform on the south side of the BBSO dome. It has a fisheye lens and shows the sky overhead. There is a new image every five minutes.
The camera is mounted on the BBSO full disk Halpha telescope located in the Ash dome. When the image is dark the dome is closed and there are no observations at this time. The bright dot inside the dark square is the Sun. There is a new image once a minute.
The camera is looking out the window on the north side of the control room of the BBSO dome. The small Ash dome contains our full-disk H-alpha telescope and earthshine telescope. There is a new image once a minute.
The camera is inside the BBSO dome, riding on the dome shutter. There is a new image once a minute.
This camera is also inside the BBSO dome. There is a new image once a minute.
This image is remapped from the raw all-sky camera image.

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