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|ESO Photo Release eso1221 - A Deeper Look at Centaurus A||ESO Photo Release eso1220 - VISTA Views a Vast Ball of Stars||ESO Photo Release eso1219 - Sifting through Dust near Orion's Belt||ESO Photo Release eso1218 - A Cluster Within a Cluster|
|ESO Science Release eso1217 - Serious Blow to Dark Matter Theories? — New study finds mysterious lack of dark matter in Sun’s neighbourhood||ESO Science Release eso1216 - ALMA Reveals Workings of Nearby Planetary System||ESO Organisation Release eso1215 - ESO Expands its Headquarters||ESO Science Release eso1214 - Many Billions of Rocky Planets in the Habitable Zones around Red Dwarfs in the Milky Way|
|ESO Photo Release eso1213 - VISTA Stares Deep into the Cosmos — Treasure trove of new infrared data made available to astronomers||ESO Science Release eso1212 - The Feeding Habits of Teenage Galaxies||ESO Photo Release eso1211 - Galaxies Get Up Close and Personal — VST captures collisions in young galaxy cluster||ESO Science Release eso1210 - VLT Rediscovers Life on Earth — By looking at the Moon|
|ESO Photo Release eso1209 - APEX Turns its Eye to Dark Clouds in Taurus — Star formation in “dark markings of the sky”||ESO Photo Release eso1208 - VLT Takes Most Detailed Infrared Image of the Carina Nebula||ESO Photo Release eso1207 - A Pocket of Star Formation||ESO Science Release eso1206 - The Wild Early Lives of Today's Most Massive Galaxies — Dramatic star formation cut short by black holes|
|ESO Photo Release eso1205 - The Helix in New Colours||ESO Science Release eso1204 - Planet Population is Plentiful — Planets around stars are the rule rather than the exception||ESO Science Release eso1203 - El Gordo — A “Fat” Distant Galaxy Cluster||ESO Organisation Release eso1202 - ESO Celebrates 50 Years of Reaching New Heights in Astronomy — Take part in ESO’s Anniversary in 2012|
|ESO Photo Release eso1201 - The Smoky Pink Core of the Omega Nebula||ESO Photo Release eso1153 - Christmas Comet Lovejoy Captured at Paranal||ESO Photo Release eso1152 - A Galaxy Blooming with New Stars — VLT Survey Telescope snaps wide-field view of NGC 253||ESO Science Release eso1151 - A Black Hole's Dinner is Fast Approaching — VLT spots cloud being disrupted by black hole|
|ESO Organisation Release eso1150 - The E-ELT Moves Closer to Reality||ESO Organisation Release eso1149 - Prince Philippe of Belgium Leads Industrial Delegation Visiting ESO Sites in Chile||ESO Science Release eso1148 - Vampire Star Reveals its Secrets||ESO Science Release eso1147 - VLT Finds Fastest Rotating Star|
|ESO Photo Release eso1145 - The Cool Clouds of Carina — APEX gives us a new view of star formation in the Carina Nebula||ESO Science Release eso1144 - Lutetia: a Rare Survivor from the Birth of the Earth||ESO Science Release eso1143 - VLT Observations of Gamma-ray Burst Reveal Surprising Ingredients of Early Galaxies||ESO Science Release eso1142 - Faraway Eris is Pluto's Twin — Dwarf planet sized up accurately as it blocks light of faint star|
|ESO Photo Release eso1141 - VISTA Finds New Globular Star Clusters — and sees right through the heart of the Milky Way||ESO Organisation Release eso1140 - Full-size Mock-up of World’s Largest Telescope Mirror Built at ESO’s Open House Day||ESO Organisation Release eso1139 - ESO and Chile sign agreement on E-ELT||ESO Science Release eso1138 - Distant Galaxies Reveal The Clearing of the Cosmic Fog — New VLT observations chart timeline of reionisation|
|ESO Organisation Release eso1137 - ALMA Opens Its Eyes — The most powerful millimetre/submillimetre-wavelength telescope in the world opens for business and reveals its first image||ESO Photo Release eso1136 - Feast your Eyes on the Fried Egg Nebula — ESO's VLT spots a rare treat||ESO Photo Release eso1135 - An Angry Bird in the Sky — New ESO image of the Lambda Centauri Nebula||ESO Science Release eso1134 - Fifty New Exoplanets Discovered by HARPS|
|ESO Photo Release eso1133 - Young Stars Take a Turn in the Spotlight||ESO Science Release eso1132 - The Star That Should Not Exist|