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ESO Outreach Community Newsletter July 2014
ESO — Reaching New Heights in Astronomy
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ESO Outreach Community Newsletter
July 2014

Dear Fellow Communicators,

It’s not Christmas, but some of our planetarium friends may have felt as if Santa had paid an early visit this year when we released hundreds of free high-quality fulldome videos and images, following the ESO Ultra HD Expedition.

The new resources are part of our strategy to produce high-quality material for use in fulldome planetarium shows in our upcoming ESO Supernova — Planetarium and Visitor Centre from 2017. As it is our mandate to communicate astronomy with ESO’s Member States and beyond, we have made it our mission to make this material available for free to other planetariums as well.

Bookmark these dynamic links which will update as more materials become available:

We invite planetarium producers to download the material in full resolution directly from our ESO website. You are free to use the material as it best fits your needs, provided that you display the credit. All our materials are released under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License, and are available in the highest resolution online.

Also this month, I invite you to join us on ESO’s new social media channels: Google+, Pinterest, LinkedIn, ISSUU, Scribd, Open Library, and Livestream, as well as on the dedicated accounts for ALMA, done in collaboration with the Joint ALMA Observatory and our international partners, the National Radio Astronomy Observatory and the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan — ALMA Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Flickr. The accounts are in English with Facebook and Twitter available also in Spanish.

Finally, I would like to introduce you to Adhemar Duro, our newest ESO Photo Ambassador!

Let’s reach new heights in astronomy together,

Lars Lindberg Christensen (lars@eso.org)
Head, ESO education and Public Outreach Department (ePOD)




  ESO Announcements


ESO Fellow Receives Prestigious Award for Best Doctoral Thesis

3 July 2014: ESO Fellow Claudia Del P. Lagos has won a 2014 MERAC (Mobilising European Research in Astrophysics and Cosmology) Prize for her doctoral thesis on the treatment of star formation and ...

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The Messenger No. 156 Now Available

30 June 2014: The latest edition of ESO's quarterly journal, The Messenger, is now available online. Find out the latest news from ESO on topics ranging from new instruments to the latest ...

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ESO Annual Report 2013 Now Available

27 June 2014: The ESO Annual Report 2013 is now available. It presents the many activities of the European Southern Observatory during the year, including: Research highlights from ESO facilities, with the latest ...

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Free Fulldome Material for Planetariums

24 June 2014: With our upcoming ESO Supernova — Planetarium and Visitor Centre here in Garching in mind, the ESO education and Public Outreach Department has started producing high-quality material for use in fulldome ...

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Final ALMA Antenna Arrives on Chajnantor Plateau

16 June 2014: The final antenna for the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) project has been taken up to the high-level site at the ALMA Observatory, 5000 metres above sea level. Its ...

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All ESO’s Observatories Included in Google Street View

10 June 2014: ESO's observing sites at Paranal Observatory, La Silla Observatory and the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA), and have now been included in spectacular 360-degree panoramic views from Google ...

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  ESOcasts


ESOcast 66: A Groundbreaking Event for the E-ELT

2 July 2014: On 19 June 2014, a major milestone on the road to the construction of the European Extremely Large Telescope was reached. Part of the 3000-metre peak of Cerro Armazones was ...

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