20 September 2014, 2-11pm
Under reasonable weather conditions you can take a look through our telescopes. The historic 1-Meter-mirror-telescope was just recently restored and allows to take a direct glance through the telescope. Due to the layout of the telescope it is necessary to climb a ladder. Slightly smaller but more easily accessible is the Lippert-telescope which will be available for observations, as well.
Further observations will be available through our modern instruments. Among the massive Oskar-Lühning-telescope, our radio telescopes that allow observations even in bright daylight. At the central lawn our amateur astronomers will also offer a view through their telescopes.
Also, we offer remote observations with the Mallorca-telescope.
Observations with the radio telescopes will already begin in the afternoon. All other observations start after sunset.
A list of observable objects will be appended shortly.