Image Archive: Stars

Jets from a Brown Dwarf (artist's impression) The Inner Winds of Eta Carinae Asymmetric Ashes (artist's impression) New Brown Dwarf in the Solar Neighbourhood (Artist's Impression)
Jets from a Brown Dwarf (artist's impression) The Inner Winds of Eta Carinae Asymmetric Ashes (artist's impression) New Brown Dwarf in the Solar Neighbourhood (Artist's Impression)
ALMA observes a ring around the bright star Fomalhaut IRAS 13481-6124 and its cradle Planet around Beta Pictoris SN 2006X, before and after the Type Ia Supernova explosion (artist's impression)
ALMA observes a ring around the bright star Fomalhaut IRAS 13481-6124 and its cradle Planet around Beta Pictoris SN 2006X, before and after the Type Ia Supernova explosion (artist's impression)
The Be Star Alpha Arae (Artist's Impression) SPHERE images the dust ring around the star HR 4796A VST Snaps Gaia en Route to a Billion Stars Unveiling distant stars and galaxies
The Be Star Alpha Arae (Artist's Impression) SPHERE images the dust ring around the star HR 4796A VST Snaps Gaia en Route to a Billion Stars Unveiling distant stars and galaxies
Carved by Massive Stars A VLT Auxiliary Telescope watches the Milky Way The Rise and Fall of a Supernova The globular star cluster NGC 6362
Carved by Massive Stars A VLT Auxiliary Telescope watches the Milky Way The Rise and Fall of a Supernova The globular star cluster NGC 6362
Wide-field view of the sky around the globular star cluster Messier 4 NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope image of the centre of Messier 4 The globular star cluster Messier 4: and the location of a curious star The Heart of the Milky Way, for Valentine’s Day
Wide-field view of the sky around the globular star cluster Messier 4 NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope image of the centre of Messier 4 The globular star cluster Messier 4: and the location of a curious star The Heart of the Milky Way, for Valentine’s Day
A star that should not exist The star cluster Westerlund 1 Fish-eye view of the Southern Sky The disc around IRAS 13481-6124
A star that should not exist The star cluster Westerlund 1 Fish-eye view of the Southern Sky The disc around IRAS 13481-6124
SN 1996cr in Circinus Galaxy The Hibernating Stellar Magnet (artist's impression) Amethyst Aura Stars Circle over Cerro Armazones
SN 1996cr in Circinus Galaxy The Hibernating Stellar Magnet (artist's impression) Amethyst Aura Stars Circle over Cerro Armazones
A plume on Betelgeuse (artist’s impression with annotations) The Czech President’s Galaxy An Ancient Cluster of Stars Against a Stunning Background Interferometric observations: Fringes from two stars of different angular size
A plume on Betelgeuse (artist’s impression with annotations) The Czech President’s Galaxy An Ancient Cluster of Stars Against a Stunning Background Interferometric observations: Fringes from two stars of different angular size
Interferometric observations: Change of fringes with increasing baseline Composite image of Supernova 1987A Startrails Star Ejected from the Large Magellanic Cloud (Artist''s View)
Interferometric observations: Change of fringes with increasing baseline Composite image of Supernova 1987A Startrails Star Ejected from the Large Magellanic Cloud (Artist''s View)
Surface map of Luhman 16B recreated from VLT observations The VLT's Laser Guide Star and star trails Artist's impression of the Gliese 667C system Glowing stars
Surface map of Luhman 16B recreated from VLT observations The VLT's Laser Guide Star and star trails Artist's impression of the Gliese 667C system Glowing stars
The first "3D" data from the VLTI The Growing-up of a Star: the disc around MWC 147 Around the Cat's Paw Nebula A Cosmic Flame
The first "3D" data from the VLTI The Growing-up of a Star: the disc around MWC 147 Around the Cat's Paw Nebula A Cosmic Flame
The field around HD 87643 The Star T Leporis to Scale Model Image of Cepheid L Carinae Around IRAS 13481-6124
The field around HD 87643 The Star T Leporis to Scale Model Image of Cepheid L Carinae Around IRAS 13481-6124
Combining Forces to Reveal the Faintest Objects in our Universe NGC 6193 and NGC 6231: Open Clusters of Stars The Quiet Explosion The Milky Way and the nova Centauri 2013
Combining Forces to Reveal the Faintest Objects in our Universe NGC 6193 and NGC 6231: Open Clusters of Stars The Quiet Explosion The Milky Way and the nova Centauri 2013
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