Target Specific:

The Otto Struve Telescope of the McDonald Observatory: perspective - from the camera's perspective as shown in the photo below. (At the moment that the below photo was taken.)

Target Description: As per the picture below. McDonald Observatory is located 450 miles west of Austin, Texas, in the Davis Mountains. There is essentially nothing but the observatory in the mountains at this location. There are a few structures such as the one below at the target location, all housing telescopes.



Here is a picture:


Here are the SAM input data for the target:

surface: surface
surface: irregular topology
land: land
land: natural
land: irregular topology
land: steep peaks
atmospherics: natural smells
surface structure(s): surface structure(s)
surface structure(s): one
surface structure(s): multiple
surface structure(s): subjects inside
surface structure(s): subjects on base surface outside
structure(s) materials: natural materials
structure(s) materials: manmade materials
structure(s) general location: on land
natural object(s): natural object(s)
natural object(s): on a surface
subject(s): subject(s)
subject(s): male
subject(s): female
subject(s): one/few
mountain: mountain(s)
mountain: one
mountain: multiple
light: dim/dark
environment: natural
sounds: talking, shouting, voices
sounds: noticeably quiet
temperatures: moderate
dominant session elements: structure(s) on a surface
dominant session elements: natural environment
sketches: structure(s)
sketches: structure(s) on a surface
sketches: subject(s)
sketches: subject(s) in a structure
sketches: horizontal base surface
sketches: sloping or peaking base surface(s)