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|ESO Science Release eso1326 - New Kind of Variable Star Discovered — Minute variations in brightness reveal whole new class of stars||ESO Science Release eso1325 - ALMA Discovers Comet Factory — New observations of a “dust trap” around a young star solve long-standing planet formation mystery||ESO Science Release eso1324 - Lightest Exoplanet Imaged So Far?||ESO Science Release eso1323 - Low Sodium Diet Key to Old Age for Stars — New VLT observations create major headache for stellar theories|
|ESO Photo Release eso1322 - ESO's Very Large Telescope Celebrates 15 Years of Success||ESO Photo Release eso1321 - Orion's Hidden Fiery Ribbon||ESO Photo Release eso1320 - An Anarchic Region of Star Formation||ESO Science Release eso1319 - Einstein Was Right — So Far — Record-breaking pulsar takes tests of general relativity into new territory|
|ESO Science Release eso1318 - ALMA Pinpoints Early Galaxies at Record Speed||ESO Photo Release eso1317 - A Ghostly Green Bubble — ESO's VLT snaps a planetary nebula||ESO Photo Release eso1316 - Young, Hot and Blue — Stars in the cluster NGC 2547||ESO Photo Release eso1315 - Spiral Beauty Graced by Fading Supernova|
|ESO Organisation Release eso1314 - The Crown Prince Couple of Denmark visits ESO's Paranal Observatory||ESO Science Release eso1313 - ALMA Rewrites History of Universe's Stellar Baby Boom — Record-breaking haul of distant galaxies includes most distant detection of water published to date||ESO Organisation Release eso1312 - ALMA Inauguration Heralds New Era of Discovery — Revolutionary telescope will enable unprecedented views of the cosmos||ESO Science Release eso1310 - The Birth of a Giant Planet? — Candidate protoplanet spotted inside its stellar womb|
|ESO Photo Release eso1309 - Sweeping the Dust from a Cosmic Lobster — New infrared VISTA image of NGC 6357||ESO Science Release eso1308 - Clues to the Mysterious Origin of Cosmic Rays — VLT probes remains of medieval supernova||ESO Photo Release eso1307 - "A drop of ink on the luminous sky" — Wide Field Imager snaps cosmic gecko||ESO Photo Release eso1306 - The Wings of the Seagull Nebula|
|ESO Organisation Release eso1305 - European High-level Delegations visit Paranal||ESO Photo Release eso1304 - Setting the Dark on Fire||ESO Photo Release eso1303 - Light from the Darkness||ESO Photo Release eso1302 - A Jumble of Exotic Stars — New VISTA snap of star cluster 47 Tucanae|
|ESO Science Release eso1301 - ALMA Sheds Light on Planet-Forming Gas Streams — Tantalising signs of flows feeding gas-guzzling giant planets||ESO Organisation Release eso1253 - All Systems Go for Highest Altitude Supercomputer — ALMA correlator turns many antennas into one giant telescope||ESO Science Release eso1252 - Stars Reveal the Secrets of Looking Young||ESO Organisation Release eso1251 - 24-armed Giant to Probe Early Lives of Galaxies — KMOS successfully installed on ESO's Very Large Telescope|
|ESO Photo Release eso1250 - Image of the Carina Nebula Marks Inauguration of VLT Survey Telescope||ESO Science Release eso1249 - Galaxy-wide Echoes from the Past — VLT observations identify very rare new kind of galaxy||ESO Science Release eso1248 - Even Brown Dwarfs May Grow Rocky Planets — ALMA sizes up grains of cosmic dust around failed star||ESO Science Release eso1247 - Biggest Black Hole Blast Discovered — New ESO observations reveal most powerful quasar outflow ever found|
|ESO Science Release eso1246 - Dwarf Planet Makemake Lacks Atmosphere — Distant frigid world reveals its secrets for the first time||ESO Science Release eso1244 - Cosmic Sprinklers Explained — Odd pair of aging stars sculpt spectacular shape of planetary nebula||ESO Photo Release eso1243 - Stars Ancient and Modern?||ESO Photo Release eso1242 - 84 Million Stars and Counting — VISTA creates largest ever catalogue of centre of our galaxy|
|ESO Science Release eso1241 - Planet Found in Nearest Star System to Earth - ESO’s HARPS instrument finds Earth-mass exoplanet orbiting Alpha Centauri B||ESO Organisation Release eso1240 - Gala Event Celebrates 50 Years of the European Southern Observatory||ESO Science Release eso1239 - Surprising Spiral Structure Spotted by ALMA — New observations reveal the secrets of a dying star||ESO Organisation Release eso1238 - ESO Celebrates its 50th Anniversary — Competition winner observes Thor’s Helmet Nebula with the VLT during live broadcast|
|ESO Photo Release eso1237 - The Rich Colours of a Cosmic Seagull||ESO Photo Release eso1236 - A Celestial Witch’s Broom? - A New View of The Pencil Nebula||ESO Photo Release eso1235 - A Cluster with a Secret||ESO Science Release eso1234 - Sweet Result from ALMA — Building blocks of life found around young star|
|ESO Photo Release eso1233 - Ceci N’est Pas Une Pipe — Curious dark nebula seen as never before||ESO Organisation Release eso1232 - Choose What the VLT Observes & Tweet Your Way to the VLT! — Two competitions for ESO's anniversary||ESO Photo Release eso1231 - A Blue Whirlpool in The River — Tranquil galaxy home to violent events||ESO Science Release eso1230 - The Brightest Stars Don't Live Alone — VLT finds most stellar heavyweights come in interacting pairs|
|ESO Organisation Release eso1229 - APEX takes part in sharpest observation ever — Telescopes in Chile, Hawaii, and Arizona reach sharpness two million times finer than human vision||ESO Science Release eso1228 - Dark Galaxies of the Early Universe Spotted for the First Time|