Space Mission Simulation Centre opened in Tartu Observatory

On Friday, July 1, the Tartu Observatory of the University of Tartu opened a center for the simulation of space missions called Space Bunker.

Observatory joint visit to Living Planet Conference 2022

The Living Planet conference 2022 took place in beautiful green Bonn from 22 to 27 May. Ten employees from the observatory were present, from first-time attendees to veterans.

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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Visitor Centre

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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Remote sensing

Space technology

Laboratory services

Tartu Observatory offers environmental testing opportunities to enterprises. Optical measurements can also be carried out at our laboratories.

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