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Ingliskeelse kolme minuti loengute konkursi esikolmik_autor Piret Ehrenpreis

Record high number of participants in 3-minute thesis competition

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ESTCube-2 satellite testing in the labs of Tartu Observatory University of Tartu

Shock tests were performed on the ESTCube-2 satellite

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Vaatlusõhtu

Public sky observation evening "Tähtede õhtu Tõraveres"

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Laila Kaasiku autoportree

Tartu scientists presented an instrument for measuring the acidity of the clouds of Venus

Tõravere space research centre

Tartu Observatory is a prominent space centre in Estonia, with the primary goal of research and development. We train young scientists and extend the natural-scientific worldview. The aim is to promote the science of astronomy, remote sensing, and space technology. We are a reliable partner in international networks.

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Tartu Observatory organises tours, active learning, and workshops for a wider audience. Please book an appointment and learn about space science, its latest achievements, and the scientific profession.

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Astrophysical observatory instruments in Tõravere include a 1.5 m and 0.6 mirror telescope and a 0.3 m automatic robotic telescope.

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