Stockert

The Stockert observatory, which came into operation in 1956, hosted the first German radio telescope. It consists of two telescopes, with details as follows:

Main Antenna:

geographic longitude: 06° 43′ 19″
 geographic latitude:  50° 34′ 10″
 antenna diameter:  25 m
 minimum elevation:  -2°
 gain at 10 GHz:  48 dBi

Frequencies used:

Frequency band Observing mode
1.4 – 4 GHz single dish

Second antenna:

geographic longitude: 06° 43′ 26″
 geographic latitude: 50° 34′ 10″
 antenna diameter: 10 m
 gain at 10 GHz: 55 dBi

Frequencies used:

Frequency band Observing mode
9.5 – 12 GHz single dish

It is currently used for various observational and educational projects, including pulsar and solar observations.