Neustrelitz

Antennas have been in operation in Neustrelitz for over 100 years – since the foundation of the experimental radio station of the Kaiserliches Telegraphenversuchsamt in 1913. Today, around 110 employees work and conduct research here in the fields of space weather, satellite data reception, satellite remote sensing, navigation, as well as maritime transport and safety.

At DLR's Neustrelitz site, research and development work focuses on satellite data reception, satellite remote sensing, navigation, space weather as well as maritime transport and maritime safety. About 110 employees work at the German Remote Sensing Data Center (DFD), the Remote Sensing Technology Institute (IMF), the Institute of Communications and Navigation and the Institute for Solar-Terrestrial Physics.

As part of its efforts to promote young scientists, DLR also operates a DLR_School_Lab Neustrelitz on site. As in all DLR_Shool_Labs, exciting hands-on experiments that impart physics knowledge while also showing that science and technology can be fun.

DLR in Neustrelitz

DLR Institute for Solar-Terrestrial Physics
German Aerospace Center (DLR)
Woldegker Chaussee 35
17235 Neustrelitz
Germany

Institute for Solar-Terrestrial Physics

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Melanie-Konstanze Wiese

Corporate Communications Berlin, Neustrelitz, Dresden, Jena and Cottbus/Zittau
German Aerospace Center (DLR)
Corporate Communications
Rutherfordstraße 2, 12489 Berlin-Adlershof
Tel: +49 30 67055-639

Carola Hilbert

Head of the Sites Berlin, Neustrelitz, Jena, Dresden and Cottbus/Zittau
German Aerospace Center (DLR)
Rutherfordstraße 2, 12489 Berlin-Adlershof