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ESO Organisation Release eso1150: The E-ELT Moves Closer to Reality. The governing body of the European Southern Observatory, the ESO Council, has approved ESO’s budget for 2012. This includes preparatory work on the road to the E-ELT site at Cerro Armazones and the start of development of some very challenging ...

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9 December 2011

The governing body of the European Southern Observatory, the ESO Council, has approved ESO’s budget for 2012. This includes preparatory work on the road to the E-ELT site at Cerro Armazones and the start of development of some very challenging optical components for the telescope. With several ESO Member States now having committed their part of the required additional funding, the final approval for the whole E-ELT programme is expected in mid-2012.

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The ESO Education and Public Outreach Department
9 December 2011

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