OAUJ astronomical observatory in Krakow - aerial view. Two office buildings in the foreground, two radio telescopes on the left and five domes around the post-Austrian fort on the left. In the distance, there are water reservoirs in the village of Kryspinów.
"Small" radio telescope with a diameter of 8 m. A relatively new design replaced here one of the oldest radio telescopes in the world (built in 1957). The instrument is designed for radio observations of the Sun in the 400-1800 MHz range.
"Big" radio telescope with a 15-meter parabolic dish, designed for observations at decimeter wavelengths. Mainly used by students.
A different look at a big radio telescope with a fragment of the landscape.
Same telescope again. In the distance, on the right, the Camaldolese Monastery.
One of the five domes containing a small 30-centimeter Maksutov optical telescope.