The history of the Astronomical Observatory of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan begins in 1919 shortly after Poland regained its independence after the First World War. The Observatory is a part of the Physics Faculty, with a staff of 28 persons including 21 researchers. From the very beginning our scientific activities covered the fields of astrometry and celestial mechanics. Lately the scientific research has been extended also to astrophysics. Education at the Observatory includes undergraduate and postgraduate studies in astronomy as well as introductory lectures for students of geography and physics.
Our addressAstronomical Observatory of A. Mickiewicz University
ul. Sloneczna 36, PL-60-286 Poznan, POLAND
Phone: +48 61 8292770 Fax: +48 61 8292772
Position: long. 16° 52.7´ E, lat. 52° 23.9´ N, height 85 m
|Last updated on 2006 Feb 16 by T. Kwiatkowski|