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Spot the difference: Imaging Sagittarius A* and M87*
The challenges of taking the first image of the Milky Way’s dark heart
12. maj 2022.
The story of our quest for Sagittarius A*, the supermassive black hole at the heart of the Milky Way.
6. maj 2022.
Unfolding the heavens
How the James Webb Space Telescope and the ELT will spark a new era of astronomical discoveries
17. decembar 2021.
The many faces of galaxies
Learn to unlock the secrets of galaxy evolution
30. jul 2021.
How do astronomers study the most unpredictable objects in the Universe?
18. jun 2021.
Is there life on Earth?
How observing lunar eclipses helps us search for life in other planets
21. maj 2021.
A 40-year-long mystery: heavy elements unveil the origin of the giant Leo Ring
9. april 2021.
Testing the fundamental laws of the Universe using a very precise ruler
11. decembar 2020.
How zooming in on the Toby Jug Nebula 21 000 times provided insights into its formation
A stunning image of the nebula inspired a team of astronomers to delve deeper into its origins — with surprising results
27. novembar 2020.
The behemoth behind the brightness
Finding one of the biggest black holes in the Universe powering the brightest quasar ever detected
10. jul 2020.
ESO Fellow Trystyn Berg on why he uses some of the most energetic known objects to probe the foggy parts of the Universe
6. septembar 2019.
Photographing a black hole
A story of overcoming differences between people and telescopes
10. april 2019.
2018 ESO Media Highlights
ESO’s discoveries and images in 2018 science roundups from across the world
11. januar 2019.
From giant telescopes to mini particle accelerators
How ESO helped CERN’s AWAKE experiment catch a wave
21. decembar 2018.