ESO Calendar 2017

Stunning astronomical images together with breathtaking pictures of ESO's telescopes and landscapes will accompany you in 2017, leaving you in celestial awe each month. Inside, Lunar phases are also indicated.

The calendar measures 43 x 43 cm when packed and has 14 pages, with a cardboard back. It is delivered in a cardboard box.

Being one of the most popular products in the ESOshop, it runs out fast. To make sure you will have your own copy, we recommend placing an order right away.

You can see images of the individual pages here.

Cover images description: The Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) is the world’s most powerful telescope for studying the Universe at submillimetre and millimetre wavelengths, on the boundary between infrared light and the longer radio waves. The picture shows a few of ALMA’s 66 high-precision antennas, spread over the Chajnantor plateau, at an altitude of 5000 metres in the Chilean Andes. The antennas are separated by up to 16 kilometres and they are used to study the chemical and physical conditions in molecular clouds — the dense regions of gas and dust where new stars are born.

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About the Calendar

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Year:2017

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