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Toruń Centre for Astronomy, 





    
        

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The Toruń Centre for Astronomy is an optical and radio observatory located at (53°5′42.9″N 18°33′45.9″E) about 15 km north of Toruń, Poland. It houses two single-dish antenna telescopes, 32 metres and 15 metres in diameter, as well as the largest Polish optical telescope – 90 cm Schmidt-Cassegrain camera. The facility is operated by the Nicolaus Copernicus University. Also, photometry using 60 cm Cassegrain telescope is made and radio measurements of the Sun at 127 MHz frequency have been recorded on a daily basis since 1958 using a 23 m interferometer.

http://www.ca.umk.pl/en

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