Image Archive: Stars

The composition of a star that should not exist The remarkable star SDSS J102915+172927 in the constellation of Leo (The Lion) Detail of the honeycomb structure around SN 1987A Betelgeuse in Orion (with annotations)
The composition of a star that should not exist The remarkable star SDSS J102915+172927 in the constellation of Leo (The Lion) Detail of the honeycomb structure around SN 1987A Betelgeuse in Orion (with annotations)
Bright supernova in the LMC The Solar Twin HIP 102152 in the constellation of Capricornus A Wide-field view of the sky around a field studied in the MASSIV survey Honeycomb structure around SN 1987A
Bright supernova in the LMC The Solar Twin HIP 102152 in the constellation of Capricornus A Wide-field view of the sky around a field studied in the MASSIV survey Honeycomb structure around SN 1987A
Centaurus A – Field 2 (Halo) Models of brown dwarf disks (artist’s impression) The "Star'' Sanduleak Supernova 1987A and the Tarantula Nebula
Centaurus A – Field 2 (Halo) Models of brown dwarf disks (artist’s impression) The "Star'' Sanduleak Supernova 1987A and the Tarantula Nebula
supernova 1986 G in the peculiar, southern galaxy Centaurus A (NGC 5128) ALMA image of dust trap/comet factory around Oph-IRS 48 (annotated) Wide-field view of the star cluster NGC 6520 and the dark cloud Barnard 86 Fish-eye view of the South Pole
supernova 1986 G in the peculiar, southern galaxy Centaurus A (NGC 5128) ALMA image of dust trap/comet factory around Oph-IRS 48 (annotated) Wide-field view of the star cluster NGC 6520 and the dark cloud Barnard 86 Fish-eye view of the South Pole
Wide-field image of the sky around the Fried Egg nebula "First Fringes" with two ATs Part of the VVV view of the bulge of the Milky Way from ESO's VISTA ALMA and VLT image of comet factory around Oph-IRS 48
Wide-field image of the sky around the Fried Egg nebula "First Fringes" with two ATs Part of the VVV view of the bulge of the Milky Way from ESO's VISTA ALMA and VLT image of comet factory around Oph-IRS 48
The laser frequency comb in action Herbig-Haro Object HH212 The Herbig-Haro object HH 46/47 seen with ESO’s New Technology Telescope The birth of a monster star seen at different wavelengths of light
The laser frequency comb in action Herbig-Haro Object HH212 The Herbig-Haro object HH 46/47 seen with ESO’s New Technology Telescope The birth of a monster star seen at different wavelengths of light
The location of the system Oph-IRS 48 in the constellation of Ophiuchus NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope view of the dust disc around the young star HD 100546 Wide field view of the unusual double star SS Leporis DSS image
The location of the system Oph-IRS 48 in the constellation of Ophiuchus NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope view of the dust disc around the young star HD 100546 Wide field view of the unusual double star SS Leporis DSS image
The central region of NGC 1068 Stars Observed in the FEROS Programme (HR diagram) Proxima Centauri - barely a real star A supernova explodes 5 billion years ago
The central region of NGC 1068 Stars Observed in the FEROS Programme (HR diagram) Proxima Centauri - barely a real star A supernova explodes 5 billion years ago
The Herbig-Haro object HH 46/47 in the constellation of Vela ALMA image of comet factory around Oph-IRS 48 Disc around the young star HD 163296 (observations) The Planetary Nebula around Sakurai's Object
The Herbig-Haro object HH 46/47 in the constellation of Vela ALMA image of comet factory around Oph-IRS 48 Disc around the young star HD 163296 (observations) The Planetary Nebula around Sakurai's Object
ALMA’s view of the outflow associated with the Herbig-Haro object HH 46/47 Polarization in GRB 990510 NTT Images of the Supernova 1995K Nova Muscae 1991
ALMA’s view of the outflow associated with the Herbig-Haro object HH 46/47 Polarization in GRB 990510 NTT Images of the Supernova 1995K Nova Muscae 1991
Wide-field view of part of the Large Magellanic Cloud Wide-field view of the parent star of the famous exoplanet Tau Boötis b Diagram showing the position of Barnard 211 and Barnard 213 in Taurus The double star HD 87643
Wide-field view of part of the Large Magellanic Cloud Wide-field view of the parent star of the famous exoplanet Tau Boötis b Diagram showing the position of Barnard 211 and Barnard 213 in Taurus The double star HD 87643
HD 87643 Beta Pictoris as Seen in Infrared Light - Annotated Mapping Spots on Speedy Mic Clouds around RY Sagittarii
HD 87643 Beta Pictoris as Seen in Infrared Light - Annotated Mapping Spots on Speedy Mic Clouds around RY Sagittarii
Structure of the Pulsating Red Giant S Ori (artist's impression) The Star HIC 59206  (AO corrected image) Visibility Curves of Alpha Centauri A and B (VLTI+VINCI) Disc around Beta Pictoris
Structure of the Pulsating Red Giant S Ori (artist's impression) The Star HIC 59206 (AO corrected image) Visibility Curves of Alpha Centauri A and B (VLTI+VINCI) Disc around Beta Pictoris
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