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|Robert Lee Moore Hall|
|University of Texas|
Austin TX United States
| - education|
| - university|
| - highrise|
| ||Heights|| ||Value||Source / Comments|| |
|Antenna||244 ft||FCC Antenna Structure Registration|
|Roof||230 ft||Google Earth GIS data.|
|Mechanical penthouse||230 ft||Google Earth GIS data.|
|Main roof||213 ft||Google Earth GIS data.|
Borough: Central Austin
Neighborhood: University of Texas Main Campus
Development Zone: University of Texas
Architect: Brooks, Barr, Graeber, White & Partners
Architect: George A. Dahl
- UT Building abbreviation: RLM
- The exact height of the building to the mechanical penthouse is 224 feet 7 inches.
- The building is the seat of operations for the McDonald Observatory which the University of Texas owns and operates in the Davis Mountains in West Texas.
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