A visit to the Max Valier observatory provides insight into the worlds of distant space, fascinating views of our sun and tips for amateurs on observing the sky at night.
- Set in a scenic location at the gateway to the Dolomites
- large 6m dome with a Cassergrain reflecting telescope | 80 cm main mirror with 8 m focal length | computer controlled adjustment to view 19 million celestial bodies | 152 mm APO refractor
- ‘Peter Anich’ sun observatory | 190 mm APO refractor | H-alpha protuberance filter
- viewing terrace
- planet trail leading for 7 km through pretty scenery with display boards and information on the sun system.