KLEŤ OBSERVATORY

The Kleť Observatory is a research institution belonging to few natural science centers of Southern Bohemia in the Czech Republic, supported by the South Bohemian Region. Our research projects are also supported by grants. The observatory is situated south of the top of Klet mountain (at altitude of 1070 m), southwest from the town of České Budějovice, where the seat of the directorship and observatory archive are located. Kleť Observatory was founded in 1957 and therefore we can remember 50th anniversary of Kleť Observatory (1957-2007).

About observatory
RESEARCH PROGRAM RESEARCH PROGRAM
We are engaged in follow-up astrometry of newly discovered NEOs, poorly observed NEOs in further apparitions...
KLEŤ MINOR PLANETS KLEŤ MINOR PLANETS
Long-term photographic search programme for minor planets was begun at the Kleť Observatory...
KLENOT Project KLENOT Project
The KLENOT project is a project of the KLEť observatory Near earth and Other unusual objects...
NEO observations NEO observations
We are engaged in follow-up astrometry of newly discovered NEOs, poorly observed NEOs in...


Weather at the Kleť Observatory

temperature: 128.0 °C
dewpoint: 65.8 °C

rainfall: 0.0 mm
rainfall: 4.2 mm (24 hours)

relative pressure: 3206.0 hPa
outdoor humidity: 10 %

wind direction: 0.0 °(N)
wind speed: 0.0 m/s (0 km/h)




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