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Filming The Eyes of the Atacama at the ALMA site From the Dark Side of the Moon to Paranal ESO 1-metre telescope Japanese ALMA antenna
Filming The Eyes of the Atacama at the ALMA site From the Dark Side of the Moon to Paranal ESO 1-metre telescope Japanese ALMA antenna
Dutch 0.9-metre telescope, 1979 Dusk at La Silla Architectural model of the planned ESO Vitacura offices Wide-field view of the sky around the globular star cluster Messier 55
Dutch 0.9-metre telescope, 1979 Dusk at La Silla Architectural model of the planned ESO Vitacura offices Wide-field view of the sky around the globular star cluster Messier 55
ESO Headquarters Extension under Construction VLT mirror shipped to Chile Inauguration of the ESO Chile headquarters in Santiago’s Vitacura district Otto Heckmann at the La Silla Observatory
ESO Headquarters Extension under Construction VLT mirror shipped to Chile Inauguration of the ESO Chile headquarters in Santiago’s Vitacura district Otto Heckmann at the La Silla Observatory
A new Schmidt Plate ESO Vitacura Offices in 1969 A Cut-away Poster of the ESO 3.6-metre Telescope Dome VLT First Light
A new Schmidt Plate ESO Vitacura Offices in 1969 A Cut-away Poster of the ESO 3.6-metre Telescope Dome VLT First Light
ESO's finance committee visiting La Silla observatory Digitized Sky Survey Image of part of the Taurus Molecular Cloud A unusual double star in the constellation of Lepus A galaxy seen when the Universe was only 840 million years old
ESO's finance committee visiting La Silla observatory Digitized Sky Survey Image of part of the Taurus Molecular Cloud A unusual double star in the constellation of Lepus A galaxy seen when the Universe was only 840 million years old
The International Press at Paranal Observatory The International Press at Paranal Observatory Workshop "Fornax, Virgo, Coma et al." Cover of CAPjournal issue 11
The International Press at Paranal Observatory The International Press at Paranal Observatory Workshop "Fornax, Virgo, Coma et al." Cover of CAPjournal issue 11
A Giant Mirror Goes Back to Work The Portal to the Universe iPad App Screenshot European X-ray Free Electron Laser joins EIROforum Eyes on the Universe in Valparaíso
A Giant Mirror Goes Back to Work The Portal to the Universe iPad App Screenshot European X-ray Free Electron Laser joins EIROforum Eyes on the Universe in Valparaíso
An audience overwhelmed by a 3D E-ELT Cerro Armazones and Cerro Paranal in Chile E-ELT possible site — Cerro Tolonchar / Chile La Silla Asado
An audience overwhelmed by a 3D E-ELT Cerro Armazones and Cerro Paranal in Chile E-ELT possible site — Cerro Tolonchar / Chile La Silla Asado
Image from Cosmic Origins E-ELT Mirror Segment Assemblies Cleaning a VLT mirror VISTA telescope structure
Image from Cosmic Origins E-ELT Mirror Segment Assemblies Cleaning a VLT mirror VISTA telescope structure
E-ELT Mirror Design Very Large Telescope Paranal Residencia The Star Gliese 581
E-ELT Mirror Design Very Large Telescope Paranal Residencia The Star Gliese 581
Central Parts of Comet McNaught Oxygen and Carbon Abundances in Blue Straggler Stars Stellar cluster and star-forming region M 17 (annotated) View of the first MACAO-VLTI facility at Paranal
Central Parts of Comet McNaught Oxygen and Carbon Abundances in Blue Straggler Stars Stellar cluster and star-forming region M 17 (annotated) View of the first MACAO-VLTI facility at Paranal
NAOS-CONICA at VLT YEPUN Sunset at Paranal Polarization in GRB 990510 Atacama Desert Road
NAOS-CONICA at VLT YEPUN Sunset at Paranal Polarization in GRB 990510 Atacama Desert Road
Arriving at Antofagasta Atacama and the M1 Cell Arrival of the VLT M1 Mirror Cell Base for UT2
Arriving at Antofagasta Atacama and the M1 Cell Arrival of the VLT M1 Mirror Cell Base for UT2
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