This is to thank you and your team for the ongoing support of our project that seeks to inspire the next generation of scientists by providing on-line access to research-grade astronomical instrumentation for a variety of audiences, supported by tailored learning resources. Our two autonomous robotic facilities PIRATE and COAST at the Observatorio del Teide (Tenerife) enable our distance learning undergraduate students to experience authentic astronomical research, our astronomy research group to conduct competitive research projects, and the general public to engage with astronomy via the web portal.
Our experience with Baader Planetarium has been exceedingly positive, and we have no hesitation in highly
recommending Baader Planetarium as an innovative and reliable partner for projects involving astronomical

The full letter of recommendation can be read by clicking on the PDF image.

We would like to congratulate the Open University (OU) who was recently announced as one of the winners of the prestigious 2023 Queen's Anniversary Prize for their OpenSTEM (Science, Technology Engineering & Mathematics) Labs.

2016: Click here for a detailed report on the installation of the two AllSky domes (3.5m and 4.5m) with videos and many images.

Update 2021:Click here for a detailed report on the installation of new instruments in the two AllSky domes.