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16 December 2019

ESO’s Very Large Telescope (VLT) has observed the central part of the Milky Way with spectacular resolution and uncovered new details about the history of star birth in our galaxy. Thanks to the new observations, astronomers have found evidence for a dramatic event in the life of the Milky Way: a burst of star formation so intense that it resulted in over a hundred thousand supernova explosions.

The release, images and videos are available on:
https://www.eso.org/public/news/eso1920/

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16 December 2019




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Astronomer on tour — The story of a trip to Chile to observe with the APEX telescope

Katja Fahrion

6 December 2019: Measuring a whopping twelve metres across, APEX is a submillimetre-wavelength telescope operating in the southern hemisphere and has a suite of instruments to find out more about the “cold”, “dusty” ...

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