ORM Panorama - Emilio Molinari

On the island of La Palma, at 2,396 meters of altitude, is situated the Astronomical Observatory of El Roque de Los Muchachos: a worldwide prestigious scientific research center, housing an advanced set of telescopes, among which the Gran Telescopio Canarias is the main highlight, currently the largest optical-infrared telescope in the world.
Additionally, we should also mention the Isaac Newton Group telescopes, a collaboration between Spain, UK and Holland; the Telescopio Nazionale Galileo, founded by the Instituto Nazionale di Astrofisica, in Italy; the Nordic Optical Telescope, governed by Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden; the Mercator Telescope, owned by Belgium; the Liverpool Telescope, a fully robotic instrument, operated by remote control from Liverpool John Moores University; the MAGIC telescopes, high-energy gamma rays detectors, run by a collaboration between 17 institutes in 8 countries; the Swedish Solar Telescope; the Dutch Solar Telescope; the Carlsberg Meridian Telescope, currently operated by the Real Instituto y Observatorio de la Armada en San Fernando; and finally the SuperWASP, a robotic camera for extra-solar planets detection and funded by UK.