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Panorama of Cerro Murphy La Silla Under the Stars Setting the Dark on Fire Artist’s impression of the surface of the dwarf planet Makemake Path of the shadow of Makemake as it crossed the Earth on 23 April 2011 One Picture, Many Stories The planetary nebula Fleming 1 seen with ESO’s Very Large Telescope
Artist’s impression of the planet around Alpha Centauri B The bright star Alpha Centauri and its surroundings From Cosmic Spare Tyre to Ethereal Blossom Gala Event Celebrates 50 Years of the European Southern Observatory Brian Schmidt at ESO 50th Anniversary Gala Event Tim de Zeeuw at ESO 50th Anniversary Gala Event Signing of a prototype mirror segment for the E-ELT, to mark ESO’s 50th Anniversary
ESO 50th Anniversary Gala Event in the Kaisersaal of the Munich Residenz in Germany The European Extremely Large Telescope (annotated) VLT image of the spiral galaxy NGC 1187 VISTA infrared image of the globular star cluster Messier 55 The Milky Way over the ESO 3.6-metre telescope A Dusting of Snow in the Atacama Desert Spinning into Action
The smoky pink core of the Omega Nebula Christmas Comet Lovejoy Captured at Paranal The Vela Supernova Remnant Stars Trails over La Silla VLT Observes the Antennae Galaxies First European ALMA Antenna Handed Over to Joint ALMA Observatory First European ALMA Antenna Handed Over to Joint ALMA Observatory
First European ALMA Antenna Handed Over to Joint ALMA Observatory First European ALMA Antenna Handed Over to Joint ALMA Observatory First European ALMA Antenna Handed Over to Joint ALMA Observatory First European ALMA Antenna Handed Over to Joint ALMA Observatory First European ALMA Antenna Handed Over to Joint ALMA Observatory The VLT Platform Fish-eye view of the Southern Sky
ALMA: Greater than the Sum of its Parts Artist’s impression of the disc around the young star T Cha The Carina Nebula around the Wolf–Rayet star WR 22 Galactic bridge TRAPPIST First Light Image of the Tarantula Nebula Sunset at Cerro Armazones ALMA Site
VLT Unit and Auxiliary Telescope at Paranal VLT at Paranal SEST at La Silla SEST at La Silla The first three ALMA antennas at the Array Operations Site (AOS) on Chajnantor* Two ALMA antennas on Chajnantor ALMA antenna at OSF
APEX Image Calendar, October 2010 — Sun Avoidance* The Cosmic Bat — NGC 1788 Star-forming region NGC 346 A Dwarf in the Fornax Cluster The black hole inside NGC 300 X-1 (artist’s impression) The European Extremely Large Telescope The hidden fires of the Flame Nebula (full frame)
Comet McNaught over AT The Milky Way Galaxy Chajnantor, with APEX La Silla Telescopes Comet McNaught Paranal Observatory Paranal Platform as Night Sets In
The Tarantula Nebula Milky Way Above the VLT Platform Adding an “Artificial” Star to the Multitude in the Sky The future ALMA array on Chajnantor (artist’s rendering) Milky Way over Paranal Paranal Observatory Paranal and the Basecamp *
Residencia in Paranal An ALMA antenna en route to the plateau of Chajnantor for the first time Irregular Galaxy NGC 55 The Carina Nebula * A Laser Comb for Astronomy Increasing the Odds of the Sweep First Light of the VLT Laser Guide Star
The Super Star Cluster Westerlund 1 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1097 LMC Region near the Tarantula Nebula Magnificent Spiral Galaxy NGC 7424 The Milky Way above La Silla  The New Set at Paranal - The VLT, the VST dome and the AT1 Preparing for Observations at Paranal
The Dumbbell Nebula VLT Laser Guide Star Jewels of the Chilean Night Sky Galactic Atacama The 66-antenna ALMA array Auxiliary Telescope against a Setting Sun Very Large Telescope at Sunrise
Golden Hour at Paranal Night Comes to Paranal Wide Field Imager view of a Milky Way look-alike, NGC 6744 The VLT in action HAWK-I infrared image of the spectacular barred spiral galaxy NGC 1365* The planetary system around the Sun-like star HD 10180 (artist’s impression) Aerial View of Paranal Observatory
The Milky Way over Paranal APEX Image Calendar, September 2010 — Chajnantor from above
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