Tycho Brahe Prize at JENAM 2010
Raymond Wilson (left), the founder and original leader of the Optics and Telescopes Group at ESO, receives the Tycho Brahe Prize from Joachim Krautter, President of the European Astronomical Society, during the Joint European and National Astronomy Meeting (JENAM) in Lisbon, Portugal, 6–10 September 2010. Raymond Wilson was a pioneer in optics research at ESO, developing the "active optics" technology that made today’s giant telescopes possible. The Tycho Brahe Prize was created by the European Astronomical Society in recognition of the development or exploitation of European instruments, or major discoveries based largely on such instruments.
About the Image
|Release date:||1 February 2011, 18:24|
|Size:||3453 x 2250 px|