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ESO’s virtual guided tours
Paranal and La Silla Observatories at your fingertips
16. júlí 2021
It's a face... It's a horse head... It's a nebula!
Finding familiar patterns in cosmic objects
2. júlí 2021
How do astronomers study the most unpredictable objects in the Universe?
18. júní 2021
Stunning images and fantastic discoveries
Ten years of the VLT Survey Telescope
4. júní 2021
Is there life on Earth?
How observing lunar eclipses helps us search for life in other planets
21. maí 2021
How ESO’s flagship observatory has changed over time, through the eyes of engineer and photographer Gerhard Hüdepohl
23. apríl 2021
A 40-year-long mystery: heavy elements unveil the origin of the giant Leo Ring
9. apríl 2021
Who’s who on the ELT - Part III
The faces behind the world’s biggest eye on the sky
26. mars 2021
In conversation with Catherine Cesarsky:
the former ESO Director General talks new projects, leadership and future scientific advances
8. mars 2021
Up close and personal with the Miniscule Extremely Large Telescope
How a test bench version of the world’s largest optical telescope is helping ESO engineers test how the ELT will function
29. janúar 2021
Five minutes with Adrian Russell
ESO’s Director of Programmes talks building telescopes, developing technology and herding cats!
15. janúar 2021
Testing the fundamental laws of the Universe using a very precise ruler
11. desember 2020
How zooming in on the Toby Jug Nebula 21 000 times provided insights into its formation
A stunning image of the nebula inspired a team of astronomers to delve deeper into its origins — with surprising results
27. nóvember 2020
Stranger things: oddly named objects seen by ESO telescopes in the night sky
6. nóvember 2020
Five minutes with Rob Ivison
ESO’s Director for Science talks offending Greeks with sausages, opening his own coffee shop and the future of astronomy
16. október 2020