Milkyweb Astronomical Observatory Guide




If you are looking for an observatory, you can

1. use the map in the upper left corner to select a continent and in the second step the country out of an alphabetical list.

2. Then click on the country, and you will get a list ob observatories (if there are any in my database).

Publish your own data

Anybody, who has his own observatory (with no respect to its size) is invited to fill in the questionnaire and in this way publish the information and make it searchable via the database. I hope, that some new contacts may result from this.

Those, who support the realization and operation of this site:

Belgian observatories by: Jean-Marc Wislez, Volkssterrenwacht Urania, Hove, Belgium
Earth atmospheric transmission spectrum by: Bill Blair, The John Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
French translation by: Didier Van Hellemont/Raoul Lannoy,  Volkssterrenwacht Urania, Hove, Belgium
Italian translation by: Marco Cavagna, Sormano Astronomical Observatory, Sormano, Italy
News by: Fraser Cain, UNIVERSE TODAY, Vancouver, Canada
Night sky brightness map by: P. Cinzano, F. Falchi (University of Padova), C. D. Elvidge (NOAA National Geophysical Data Center, Boulder). © Royal Astronomical Society
Optical observatories based on: IAU observatory codes, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Cambridge MA, USA and Institute of Applied Astronomy, Russian Academy of Science, St. Petersburg, Russia
PHP-Scripts by: Klaus Lanz, Functional-Webware, Freiburg, Germany
Radio observatories mostly from: Daniela Düßdorf, c/o Norbert Junkes, Max-Planck Institut für Radioastronomie, Bonn, Germany, and The National Academies, Washington DC
Russian translation by: Irina Neumann, Speichersdorf, Germany
Sky view by: Chris Peat, Heavens Above, Munich, Germany
World´s largest optical telescopes from: Students for the exploration and development of space 
Idea, realization, hosting by:  © 2001-2023 Wolfgang Grond, NUMBERLAND™ Kulmbach, Germany
Last Update: 2023-01-20