All ESOcasts

ESOcast 19: Photographers of the Night
ESOcast 18: Exoplanet Caught on the Move
ESOcast 17: Constructing ALMA — The World's Largest Observatory
ESOcast 16: E-ELT Site Chosen
ESOcast 15: Recoating a Giant VLT Mirror
ESOcast 14: Orion in a New Light
ESOcast 13: A sharper view of the Universe with the VLT Interferometer
ESOCast 12: VISTA: A Pioneering New Survey Telescope Starts Work
ESOcast 11: 32 New Exoplanets Found
ESOcast 10: GigaGalaxy Zoom: The Sky, from the Eye to the Telescope
ESOcast 9: Celestial Tango Makes for a Gorgeous Nebula
ESOcast 8: Behind every great astronomer stands a great engineer
ESOcast 7: Behind the scenes of "Around the World in 80 Telescopes"
ESOcast 6: Lightest Exoplanet Found
ESOcast 5: ESO's First Observatory Celebrates 40th Anniversary
ESOcast 4: 24 hours in the life of an ESO astronomer
ESOcast 3: The ALMA observatory gets its first 'eye'
ESOcast 2: Unprecedented 16-year long study tracks stars orbiting Milky Way black hole
ESOcast 1: James Bond at Paranal
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ESOcast is a video podcast series dedicated to bringing you the latest news and research from ESO – Astronomy made on planet Earth. Here we explore the Universe's ultimate frontier with our host Doctor J, a.k.a. Dr. Joe Liske.

The ESOcast is offered for download in several formats: standard (.mov, .mpeg, .mp4, .m4v) and HD (High Definition). HD is rapidly evolving into one of the leading video formats in the video on-demand market. Information on the specs of the available video formats is accessible on the Video Formats Page.

ESOcast HD videos can be watched on TV by the use of digital media receivers such as Apple TV.

 

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Who is Dr. J?

 

Dr. J is a German astronomer at the ESO. His scientific interests are in cosmology, particularly on galaxy evolution and quasars. Dr. J's real name is Joe Liske and he has a PhD in astronomy.