The land of Kárhóll is owned by a non-profit organization named Aurora Observaroty ses which will provide necessary land, facilities and operational services for the Aurora Observatory. Polar Reasearch Institute of China (PRIC) will lease the land for the operations of the observatory.

The project at Karholl will have a very positive impact on its local environment, both culturally and economically. The centre will be open to the general public and build a bridge between scientific research and the daily life by operating a visitor´s centre dedicated to the aurora borealis.

The visitors centre will be a very welcome addition to the existing flora of service and recreation possibilities in the vicinity. A local non-profit organization, Aurora Observatory, has been established to provide facilities and logistics for the CIAO.

See also: Introduction about the project from senior scientist Hongqiao Hu from PRIC about the observatory. The introduction is from the summer of 2012 and was introduced on various locations.

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