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|ESO — New ESO observations show rocky exoplanet has just half the mass of Venus — Science Release eso2112||ESO — Astronomers make first clear detection of a moon-forming disc around an exoplanet — Science Release eso2111||ESO — Galactic fireworks: new ESO images reveal stunning features of nearby galaxies — Photo Release eso2110||ESO — Mystery of Betelgeuse’s dip in brightness solved — Science Release eso2109|
|ESO — Heavy metal vapours unexpectedly found in comets throughout our Solar System — and beyond — Science Release eso2108||ESO — New telescope at ESO’s La Silla joins effort to protect Earth from risky asteroids — Organisation Release eso2107||ESO — First interstellar comet may be the most pristine ever found — Science Release eso2106||ESO — Astronomers image magnetic fields at the edge of M87’s black hole — Science Release eso2105|
|ESO — Powerful stratospheric winds measured on Jupiter for the first time — Science Release eso2104||ESO — Most distant quasar with powerful radio jets discovered — Science Release eso2103||ESO — Puzzling six-exoplanet system with rhythmic movement challenges theories of how planets form — Science Release eso2102||ESO — ALMA captures distant colliding galaxy dying out as it loses the ability to form stars — Science Release eso2101|
|ESO — Stars and Skulls: new ESO image reveals eerie nebula — Photo Release eso2019||ESO — Death by Spaghettification: ESO Telescopes Record Last Moments of Star Devoured by a Black Hole — Science Release eso2018||ESO — 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics awarded for research with ESO telescopes on Milky Way's supermassive black hole — Organisation Release eso2017||ESO — ESO telescope spots galaxies trapped in the web of a supermassive black hole — Science Release eso2016|
|ESO — Possible Marker of Life Spotted on Venus — Science Release eso2015||ESO — New Observations Show Planet-forming Disc Torn Apart by its Three Central Stars — Science Release eso2014||ESO — ALMA sees most distant Milky Way look-alike — Science Release eso2013||ESO — Stunning Space Butterfly Captured by ESO Telescope — Photo Release eso2012|
|ESO — First Ever Image of a Multi-Planet System around a Sun-like Star Captured by ESO Telescope — Photo Release eso2011||ESO — A Cosmic Mystery: ESO Telescope Captures the Disappearance of a Massive Star — Science Release eso2010||ESO — Hot stars are plagued by giant magnetic spots, ESO data shows — Science Release eso2009||ESO — ESO Telescope Sees Signs of Planet Birth — Photo Release eso2008|
|ESO — ESO Instrument Finds Closest Black Hole to Earth — Science Release eso2007||ESO — ESO Telescope Sees Star Dance Around Supermassive Black Hole, Proves Einstein Right — Science Release eso2006||ESO — ESO Telescope Observes Exoplanet Where It Rains Iron — Science Release eso2005||ESO — New ESO Study Evaluates Impact of Satellite Constellations on Astronomical Observations — Organisation Release eso2004|
|ESO — ESO Telescope Sees Surface of Dim Betelgeuse — Photo Release eso2003||ESO — ALMA catches beautiful outcome of stellar fight — Science Release eso2002||ESO — Astronomers Reveal Interstellar Thread of One of Life’s Building Blocks — Science Release eso2001||ESO — ESO Observations Reveal Black Holes' Breakfast at the Cosmic Dawn — Science Release eso1921|
|ESO — ESO Telescope Images Stunning Central Region of Milky Way, Finds Ancient Star Burst — Photo Release eso1920||ESO — First Giant Planet around White Dwarf Found — Science Release eso1919||ESO — ESO Telescope Reveals What Could be the Smallest Dwarf Planet Yet in the Solar System — Science Release eso1918||ESO — First identification of a heavy element born from neutron star collision — Science Release eso1917|
|ESO — A Cosmic Pretzel — Photo Release eso1916||ESO — Enigmatic radio burst illuminates a galaxy’s tranquil halo — Science Release eso1915||ESO — VISTA unveils a new image of the Large Magellanic Cloud — Photo Release eso1914||ESO — Anatomy of a Cosmic Seagull — Photo Release eso1913|
|ESO — La Silla 50th Anniversary Culminates with Total Solar Eclipse — Organisation Release eso1912||ESO — Breakthrough Watch and the European Southern Observatory achieve “first light” on upgraded planet-finding instrument to search for Earth-like planets in nearest star system — Organisation Release eso1911||ESO — ESO contributes to protecting Earth from dangerous asteroids — Organisation Release eso1910||ESO — €17 million Fund Backs 170 Breakthrough Concepts in Imaging and Sensing — Organisation Release eso1909|
|ESO — Pinpointing Gaia to Map the Milky Way — Organisation Release eso1908||ESO — Astronomers Capture First Image of a Black Hole — Science Release eso1907||ESO — La Silla Observatory turns 50! — Organisation Release eso1906||ESO — GRAVITY instrument breaks new ground in exoplanet imaging — Science Release eso1905|
|ESO — A Cosmic Bat in Flight — Photo Release eso1904||ESO — Bubbles of Brand New Stars — Photo Release eso1903|