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ESO#Flashback : The Milky Way stretches across the sky in this image of ALMA, the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array.

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Gorgeous panorama of the Atacama Large Millimeter Array amongst the snow-capped peaks in the Chajnantor plateau, 5000 metres in altitude in northern Chile. ALMA is the world's largest ground-based facility for millimeter/submillimeter observations Credit: ESO/S. Otalora

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#ESOjobs We are looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic Outreach Officer. Deadline: 23.06.2020 Credit: @ESO /G.Brammer

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Astronomers using European Southern Observatory (ESO) telescopes have discovered giant spots on the surface of extremely hot stars hidden in stellar clusters via @ESO 

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#Space: dwarf #galaxy  ESO 540-31 set against a background of distant galaxies via @esa 

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Starlite Room and ESO setting the gold standard for Edmonton pandemic broadcasters

Starlite Room and ESO setting the gold standard for Edmonton pandemic broadcasters #yeg  #yegarts 

Starlite Room and ESO setting the gold standard for Edmonton pandemic broadcasters

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#HubbleFriday This Hubble image highlights the dwarf irregular galaxy KK 246 (or ESO 461-036), located in a region of mostly empty space 150 million light-years across called the Local Void. Other galaxies in the picture lie farther away, beyond the void:

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1/4 Observations with ESO’s SPHERE instrument on the Very Large Telescope have revealed the telltale signs of a star system being born. Credit: @ESO  /Boccaletti et al.

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1/4 A team of astronomers from the European Southern Observatory (ESO) and other institutes has discovered a black hole lying just 1000 light-years from Earth. Illustration credit: /L. Calçada @ESO 

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#HubbleFriday High-energy radiation is generated by material falling inward into the central region of galaxy ESO 021-G004, and meeting the behemoth lurking there — a supermassive black hole:

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ESO's Very Large Telescope has observed for the first time a star dancing around the supermassive black hole at the centre of the Milky Way, as predicted by Einstein’s theory of general relativity. Illustration credit: @ESO  /L. Calçada

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Supersharp images of planet #Neptune . New technique called laser tomography allows ESO to capture images from the ground at visible wavelengths that are sharper than those from #Hubble  Credit: /P. Weibacher (AIP)

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Congrats @ESO  on discovery of 'Earth-like' planet. We're also searching for habitable worlds

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We're looking forward to learning more about @ESO 's newly discovered 'Earth-like' planet:

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