Radio telescope is a telescope for receiving and recording radio objects of cosmic objects. The radio telescope consists of an antenna and an emitter.
Radio locator is a device for detecting air, water and surface objects using radio signals transmitted in a certain direction and detected by reflection from these objects.
Excursions are not available from November until May
Tourist services – excursions in the Irbene complex
Activities includes in the excursion:
|A walk around radio telescope RT-32 in the territory of Irbene|
|RT – 8 tower viewing and expositions about RT – 32 and RT – 16 during the USSR|
|Viewing the “old” RT – 16 antenna next to RT – 8|
|Walk through an underground tunnel|
Tourist service tariffs:
|For children, accompanied by an adult, up to 7 years free, but from 7 to 18 years old||3 EUR|
|For students and pensioners (presenting a supporting document)||4 EUR|
|Families (2 Adults, 1 Child under 10)||12 EUR|
|For each additional child between the ages of 7 and 18, the family pays extra||2 EUR|
|Minimum pay per one excursion||20 EUR|
|For early (up to 3 days) unannounced excursion and in case of unscheduled guide call, group must pay extra||20 EUR|
|For students and pensioners (presenting a supporting document)||5 EUR|
|For a group of less than 10 people||60 EUR|
|All prices include VAT.|
|Excursions around the Irbene complex area are only accompanied by a guide.|
If you have decided to visit us send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
or call and apply for an excursion by phone +371 29230818
Rules to follow in the excursion:
- Excursion time is about 1 till 1,5 hour.
- Excursions are possible only with our guide.
- Excursions happen after a prior set appointment.
- An excursion takes place if tickets have been purchased for at least 20 EUR for a pre-applied excursion, but for unexpected excursions you have to pay additional fee (20 EUR).
- Unplanned excursions are made by call (guide arrival time around 30-40 minutes) for additional fee – 20 EUR.
- Visitors have to follow the instructions of the staff.
- Visitors should switch their mobile phones and other devices that broadcast in the radio frequency range to “in flight mode”.