Piszkéstető Station

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Coordinates: 47°55′05″N 019°53′39″E / 47.91806°N 19.89417°E / 47.91806; 19.89417

Piszkéstető Station
Piszkéstető obszervatórium 01.jpg
Organization Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Location Piszkéstető, Mátra Mountains, Hungary
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Website
Hungarian Academy of Scienses Konkoly Observatory
Telescopes
Schmidt telescope 60/90/180
Cassegrain telescope 50
RCC Telescope 100
RCC Telescope 40

The Piszkéstető Station or Piszkéstető Mountain Station is an observatory in Mátra Mountains, Hungary, first built in 1958. The station is a station of Konkoly Observatory, Budapest. It has IAU codes 461 (Szeged University) and 561 (Konkoly Observatory). The observatory features four telescopes, a 1 m Ritchey–Chrétien telescope since 1974, a 60/90/180 cm Schmidt telescope since 1962 and an 50 cm Cassegrain telescope since 1966 and a 40 cm Ritchey–Chrétien telescope since 2010.[1]

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  1. ^ 40cm RC Telescope