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Europe

  •        Low Frequency Array (LoFAr; France, Germany, The Netherlands, Sweden, United Kingdom)
    • KAIRA
    • Metsahovi 13.7 m Radio Telescope
    • LoFAr Super Station (LSS)
    • Nançay Radio Heliographe
    • Nançay Radio Telescope
    • Northern Extended Millimeter Array
    • Plateau de Bure Interferometer
    • Wurzburg v2.0 LAB/OASU 7.5 m
    • Matera Telescope
    • Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI) 32 m dish at Medicina
    • Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI) 32 m dish at Noto
    • Northern Cross Interferometer
    • Sardinia Radio Telescope
    • Dwingeloo (CAMRAS)
    • Westerbork Synthesis Radio Telescope (WSRT)
    • Torun RT3 15 m
    • Torun RT4 32 m
    • BSA
    • DKR-1000
    • RATAN-600
    • RT-16
    • RT-22
    • RT-32
    • Svetloe 32 m RT-32 Radio Telescope
    • TNA 1500 at Kalyasin
    • TNA 1500 at Medvezhji Ozer (Bear Lakes)
    • Zelenchukskaya 32 m RT-32 Radio Telescope
    • For more Russian telescopes, see radio telescopes in Asia.
    • IRAM 30 m Telescope
    • Yebes RT 40 m
    • Onsala 20 m Telescope
    • Onsala 25 m Telescope
    • Erciyes University 12.8 m Telescope
    • Simeiz Observatory 22 m Telescope
    • Pluton Complex
    • TNA 400
    • Ukrainian T-Shaped Radio Telescope
    • Yevpatoria RT-70 Radio Telescope
    • Arcminute Microkelvin Imager
    • Lovell Telescope
    • Mark II
    • Mark III
    • Multi-Element Radio Linked Interferometer Network (MERLIN)
    • Ryle Telescope

Return to radio telescopes around the world.

Radioteleskop Effelsberg

Organization: Max-Planck-Institut für Radioastronomie (MPIfR)
Location: Bad Münstereifel, Germany | Latitude: 50.525 | Longitude: 6.884
First light: 1972
Telescope style: single-dish, fully-steerable, parabolic reflector
Wavelength: 73 cm to 3.7 m | Frequency: 408 MHz to 86 MHz

Website: http://www.mpifr-bonn.mpg.de/en/effelsberg

Scoping out radio astronomy:
   In the heart of the Eifel: das Radioteleskop Effelsberg

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