"Welcome to the cafeteria of the German Center for Astrophysics." Twice Christian Stegmann greeted more than one hundred visitors at the Day of the Open Monument in the large hall of the Kahlbaum-Areal.
We cordially invite you to the panel discussion at the Staatliche Studienakademie Bautzen.
In the late afternoon of August 16, the DZA together with the municipality Ralbitz-Rosenthal invited to Cunnewitz to answer questions of people from the region.
During a visit, Christian Stegmann talked to Managing Director Bernd Frommelt, Claudia Müller (international youth work) and Christian Hoffmann (NABU/ Nature Conservation Station Muskauer Heide) at the Station for Technology, Natural Sciences, Art
The DZA team will be guests at the observatories in Bautzen, Sohland and Görlitz on July 13, 14 and 15 to talk about the opportunities and possibilities of this large-scale research center in the region as well as about the exciting topics in astr
Looking into space and thereby changing the region? At first glance, this is a daring approach. But the initiative for a German Center for Astrophysics (DZA) wants to do just that.
After the final depth of 250 meters was reached in the drilling two weeks ago, the drill cores were presented on May 25 in Cunnewitz.
"From coal to the stars" was the title of Günther Hasinger's lecture on May 24, 2022 at the Kulturforum Görlitzer Synagoge.
On May 13, 2022, we have reached the depth of 250 meters and are still in the beautiful West Lusatian granodiorite. The next step will be geophysical and hydrogeological measurements.
"Future without coal: The German Center for Astrophysics" was the headline of the Deutschlandfunk broadcast series "Forschung aktuell" today.
Today, the students of the Ralbitz secondary school were able to see for themselves the progress of our exploratory drilling at the drilling site.
In Görlitz, the administrative advisory board met today to finalize the first funding phase. All points are set: We will submit the concept for the DZA by May 2.
On February 24, a first meeting with Domowina, the representative body of the Sorbian people, took place in the community hall of Ralbitz-Rosenthal.
Today we start: We want to drill 250 meters deep into the granite stock. There, we will use seismometers to check how quiet it is in the granite. We expect to find the ideal place for our underground laboratory here.