Read about ESO in Serbian language.
In the flyer "Exploring the Universe in 3D with MUSE, KMOS and ALMA" you will find technical information about the three consortia.
Luhman 16B is one of a pair of brown dwarfs — objects more massive than planets, but less massive than stars — located only 6.5 light years from Earth. It is the nearest object outside the Solar System and the first brown dwarf to have its surface mapped out. This map probably shows patchy clouds made of rock or iron. This paper model helps you create cube brown dwarf. Real brown dwarfs are spherical, but for practical reasons this paper model is not.
The Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics of the University of Lisbon is a new ESO Partner Organisation.
ESO has a new photo ambassador, Carlos Duran.
Informaiton about the ESO's Revolutionary Expedition into the Ultra High Definition Universe.
"A Laser Strike at the Galactic Center" is today's NASA's Astronomy Picture of the Day.
New ESO Slim Fit Fleece Jackets have arrived in the ESOshop.
ESO Science Outreach Network pages for Australia. Read more about ESO-related events in Australia, subscribe to the newsletter, read more about ESO.
The Bayfordbury Observatory (University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom) is our new Partner Organisation.
New page about the IMAX® 3D Film Hidden Universe
The nebula IC 4628 is today's NASA's Astronomy Picture of the Day.
Extrasolar Super-Earth Gliese 1214b is today's NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day
The penitents are today's NASA's Astronomy Picture of the Day.
The Incredible Expanding Crab is NASA's Astronomy Picture of the Day.
Horsehead: A Wider View is today's NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day.
"Water — A Cosmic Adventure" is now available for download.
Makemake of the Outer Solar System is today's NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day.
The Gegenschein Over Chile is today's NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day.
Alpha Centauri: A View from Next Door is today's NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day.
A Spiral Nebula Surrounding Star R Sculptoris is today's NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day.
The Pencil Nebula is today's NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day.
Romania has now its ESON mini-site.
ESO has just released a new collection of posters that can be either downloaded or purchased from the ESOshop.
The year 2012 marks the 50th anniversary of the European Southern Observatory (ESO), the foremost intergovernmental astronomy organisation in the world. This presentation shows 50 selected highlights from the first 50 years of ESO's history.
Journey to the Center of the Galaxy is today's NASA's Astronomy Picture of the Day.
Click on the individual mini-sites links to see them
The Helix Nebula from the VISTA Telescope is today's NASA's Picture of the Day.
The Molecular Cloud Barnard 68 is NASA's today's Astronomy Picture of the Day
Vienna Planetarium is a new Outreach Partner Organisation
ESO 50th Anniversary page is live
This illustration of the monster at the centre of our Galaxy is today's Astronomy Picture of the Day.
Comet Lovejoy over Paranal is today's Astronomy Picture of the Day.
More information about the member states is online.
The new logo for the ESO's 50th Anniversary is published.
The ESO timeline was updated.
Videos recorded in 2008 and 2009 showing the ALMA first antenna move.
The ESO timeline, showing highlights and important events in the history of ESO, was just updated.
Information about the project "Your ESO Pictures".
"SDSS J102915+172927: A Star That Should Not Exist" is today's NASA APoD.
Information in English and German about the ESO Open House Day (15 October 2011) is online.
To keep up the current flow of spectacular astronomical images, periodically released as Photo Releases and Pictures of the Week, ePOD has decided to launch a new initiative: the Cosmic Gems Programme. Reda more about it on this new page.
A new set of brochures about the ALMA observatory is available online.
A new set of postcards of the ALMA observatory is available in the ESOshop.
Read about the proposal made by ESO for the construction of the Very Large Telescope (VLT) back in 1987.
Check the ESO user's manual for astronomers, published in 1980.