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The ESO 16-m Very Large Telescope The young double star HK Tauri in the constellation of Taurus The first 22-watt sodium laser of the Adaptive Optics Facility The MUSE instrument at night
The ESO 16-m Very Large Telescope The young double star HK Tauri in the constellation of Taurus The first 22-watt sodium laser of the Adaptive Optics Facility The MUSE instrument at night
The MUSE instrument during installation at ESO’s Paranal Observatory French actress Juliette Binoche and Irish actor Gabriel Byrne in the VLT control room ESO's premises in Santiago Origins 2013 poster
The MUSE instrument during installation at ESO’s Paranal Observatory French actress Juliette Binoche and Irish actor Gabriel Byrne in the VLT control room ESO's premises in Santiago Origins 2013 poster
The Herbig-Haro object HH 46/47 in the constellation of Vela Combining the light of four VLTs for the ESPRESSO instrument ALMA Santiago Central Office SPHERE instrument in assembly laboratory
The Herbig-Haro object HH 46/47 in the constellation of Vela Combining the light of four VLTs for the ESPRESSO instrument ALMA Santiago Central Office SPHERE instrument in assembly laboratory
KMOS on a test rig Harvard Observatory Boyden Station ESO Fellows Days ALMA Santiago Central Office building
KMOS on a test rig Harvard Observatory Boyden Station ESO Fellows Days ALMA Santiago Central Office building
Gas cloud being ripped apart by the black hole at the centre of the Milky Way (annotated) ALMA image of comet factory around Oph-IRS 48 Exhibition Time Support tech
Gas cloud being ripped apart by the black hole at the centre of the Milky Way (annotated) ALMA image of comet factory around Oph-IRS 48 Exhibition Time Support tech
Sky Atlas Laboratory Assembly of the ESO 1-metre telescope Assembly of the ESO 1-metre telescope Assembling the ESO 1-metre telescope
Sky Atlas Laboratory Assembly of the ESO 1-metre telescope Assembly of the ESO 1-metre telescope Assembling the ESO 1-metre telescope
Assembling the ESO 1-metre telescope Assembling the ESO 1-metre telescope AT4 arrives Paranal Rabbits in the Atacama Desert
Assembling the ESO 1-metre telescope Assembling the ESO 1-metre telescope AT4 arrives Paranal Rabbits in the Atacama Desert
Panorama of Residencia ESO Headquarters in Santiago The President of Austria, Heinz Fischer is presented with the book Europe to the Stars The green bean galaxy J2240
Panorama of Residencia ESO Headquarters in Santiago The President of Austria, Heinz Fischer is presented with the book Europe to the Stars The green bean galaxy J2240
Cerro Paranal in 1987 La Silla, 1975 An ALMA Warm Cartridge Assembly (WCA) Poster of Café & Kosmos 15 may 2012
Cerro Paranal in 1987 La Silla, 1975 An ALMA Warm Cartridge Assembly (WCA) Poster of Café & Kosmos 15 may 2012
ESO's 50th Anniversary logo Moonbounced ESO Headquarters Extension plans The primary mirror of the ESO 3.6-metre telescope The Santiago office under construction
ESO's 50th Anniversary logo Moonbounced ESO Headquarters Extension plans The primary mirror of the ESO 3.6-metre telescope The Santiago office under construction
Hans-Emil Schuster and Lodewijk Woltjer Hans-Emil Schuster La Silla observatory Inauguration Break at the Atlas Laboratory
Hans-Emil Schuster and Lodewijk Woltjer Hans-Emil Schuster La Silla observatory Inauguration Break at the Atlas Laboratory
Building La Silla Observatory The ALMA Santiago Central Office Poster of Café & Kosmos 14 March 2012 Artists’s impression of the Moon showing earthshine
Building La Silla Observatory The ALMA Santiago Central Office Poster of Café & Kosmos 14 March 2012 Artists’s impression of the Moon showing earthshine
La Silla by moonlight A VLT mirror goes back to work The Mirror Maintenance Building Another ALMA antenna takes its place at Chajnantor
La Silla by moonlight A VLT mirror goes back to work The Mirror Maintenance Building Another ALMA antenna takes its place at Chajnantor
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