Back to ESO News index

ESO News
ESO — Reaching New Heights in Astronomy
Les i nettleser
European
Southern
Observatory
Nyheter fra ESO
28 February 2013

Astronomer har ved hjelp av ESOs Very Large Telescope gjort det som sannsynligvis er den første direkte observasjon av en ikke ferdig utviklet planet, som fortsatt er innhyllet i den tykke gass- og støvskiven den ble dannet fra. Hvis oppdagelsen senere blir bekreftet, vil den øke vår forståelse av hvordan planeter dannes og gjøre det mulig for astronomer å teste gjeldende teorier mot et observerbart objekt.

Pressemeldingen, bilder og videoer finnes på:
http://www.eso.org/public/norway/news/eso1310/

Oversettelser er tilgjengelige på andre lands ESO-sider: Shqipëria, Österreich, BelgiëBelgiqueBelgien, Brasil, Chile, Česko, Danmark, Suomi, France, Deutschland, Ísland, Italia, Nederland, Polska, Portugal, Россия, España, Sverige, SuisseSchweizSvizzera, Türkiye, Україна, International English

Med vennlig hilsen,
ESOs utdannings- og formidlingsavdeling
28 February 2013




  ESO Kunngjøringer


How is the Very Large Telescope Operated? — ESO releases new VLT Operations Brochure

27 February 2013: ESO has produced and released a brochure containing information on the operation of the state-of-the-art instrumentation and facilities provided by the Very Large Telescope (VLT) at Paranal, Chile. The publication ...

Les mer

New ALMA Brochure Published — Describes the array’s design, instrumentation, and science

25 February 2013: A new brochure called The ALMA Universe detailing the design, construction, and use of the the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) has been released by ESO in collaboration with ...

Les mer

Final ALMA Front End Delivered — Arrival of European component completes another phase in ALMA construction

22 February 2013: The final front end for the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) has been delivered to the observatory’s Operations Support Facility (OSF) in Chile, marking another milestone in the ...

Les mer

New Laser Improves VLT’s Capabilities

21 February 2013: A new and more powerful laser has successfully completed testing at ESO’s Paranal Observatory and has been formally accepted today. This new laser source is called PARLA and forms ...

Les mer



 Ukens bilde


25 February 2013
The Comet and the Laser




Kommende arrangementer

 
Super-thin Mirror Under Test at ESO  Laser and Light Painting  Sunset at Paranal Observatory  An Intergalactic Heavyweight  APEX Under the Moon 

Les i nettleser

Følg oss på:

Facebook Twitter Vimeo Flickr YouTube LinkedIn Google+ Pinterest Itunes Scribd Issuu Livestream

European Southern Observatory, Karl-Schwarzschild-Str 2, D-85748 Garching bei München, Germany