The 60-cm Cassegrain Telescope


The telescope is of the Cassegrain type and works with an electrophotometer to receive the light radiated by objects in the sky. It is used to research variable stars mainly, as well as for observation with the purpose of determining the physical characteristics of asteroids. Sometimes observations are made simultaneously with the 2-meter telescope.

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The 2-m RCC Telescope

The major device at the NAO is the 2-meter Ritchey-Chretien-Coude telescope...

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The 60-cm Cassegrain Telescope

The telescope is of the Cassegrain type and works with an...

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The 50/70-cm Schmidt Telescope

One of the smaller telescopes is a wide-angle Schmidt telescope with...

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The Solar Telescope

This telescope is mounted in the astronomic tower that has been...

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Sector “Sun”

Head: Dr. P. Duchlev Nonstationary processes in the solar atmosphere leading to...

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Sector “Solar system”

Head: Dr. V. Ivanova Dynamical evolution of the small bodies in the...

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