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Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Chelmos Observatory - The telescope Aristarchus - The largest in the Balkans and the second largest in mainland Europe!

Chelmos Observatory


   The telescope "Aristarchusis the largest in the Balkans and the second largest in Continental Europe.

   The Chelmos Observatory is located in Achaia, Greece and at the second highest peak in the mountain Chelmos, called  Neraidorahi, at an altitude of 2340 meters near the ski resort of Kalavryta .
   There, the telescope Aristarchus is installed...
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   The name comes from the Sami Aristarchus, astronomer of antiquity . The location is a part of Europe with the lowest light pollution and the telescope is above the clouds.
   The telescope Aristarchus is one of the most technologically advanced telescopes in Europe and has a diameter of 2.3 meters and precision targeting and tracking celestial objects.
   The telescope belongs to the National Observatory of Athens and is the largest in the Balkans and the second largest in mainland Europe.


Helmos Observatory Time-lapse 
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Photos/Videos/Timelapse:Theofanis Matsopoulos
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   The Observatory Chelmos is located in Achaia and at second highest peak of Mount Chelmos, in Neraidorahi,

at an altitude of 2,340 meters, near the ski resort Kalavrita.
This location was chosen because it is in a part of Europe with the lowest light pollution and the telescope is above the clouds.

   At the Observatory is installed Chelmos telescope Aristarchus.

   It is one of the most technologically advanced telescopes in Europe.
   It has a diameter of 2.3 meters and precision targeting and tracking celestial objects. The telescope, belonging to the National Observatory of Athens, is the largest in the Balkans and the second largest in mainland Europe.

   The 2.3m "Aristarchos" telescope is the largest research infrastructure of the National Observatory of Athens (NOA).

   It is an f/8 Ritchey-Chretien telescope, built by the Germany company Carl Zeiss GmbH,
which has an established tradition in telescope design and construction.
   The Institute of Astronomy Astrophysics Space Applications and Remote Sensing (IAASARS) of NOA manages the telescope.
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