Observatories user by Astrophysics and Space Physics
WHS Monck Observatory
The observatory is named after William Henry Stanley Monck (1839-1915), a former Trinity student who became the first person to electrically measure starlight in 1892.
The Rosse Solar-Terrestrial Observatory (RSTO)
The Rosse Solar-Terrestrial Observatory (RSTO) is operated by the Solar Physics Group, TCD. The observatory is dedicated to studying solar activity and its effects on Earth and it is located in the radio quiet environment of Birr Castle Demesne.
International Observatories used by Astrophysics and Space Physics
The European Southern Observatory (ESO) enables scientists worldwide to discover the secrets of the Universe for the benefit of all. Astronomers worldwide use their telescopes to tackle exciting questions and spread the fascination of astronomy...