Cambridge 2000: university: Madingley Road: Hoyle Building, Institute of Astronomy
The Institute of Astronomy was formed in 1972 by an amagalmation
of the Institute of Theoretical Astronomy, the Cambridge University
Observatory and the Solar Physics Observatory.
This building was where the Institute of Theoretical Astronomy resided.
The Institute was founded by Fred Hoyle in 1967, who left the
Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics
after failing to become its head in 1964.
The large glass windows are the main architectural feature of the building.
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