Dark Matter and Cosmic Web Story

Jaan Einasto presents the second edition of his book "Dark Matter and Cosmic Web Story"

Ave Ansper-Toomsalu

Doctoral defence: Ave Ansper-Toomsalu "Synergy of Earth Observation data to advance monitoring of optically complex waters"

Mikrosatelliitide suvekool

Application deadline for Microsatellites in Planetary Science and Astrobiology Workshop is 1 June

Computer Vision in Space Summer School - Tartu Ülikool

Application deadline for Computer Vision in Space Summer School is 31 May

Tõravere space research centre

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

About Tartu Observatory

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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Astronomy

Remote sensing

Space technology

Telescopes

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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