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A vicuña and #APEX, hiding from each other — ESO Picture of the Week.
Image credit: Jaime Guarda/ @ESOAstronomy
Read more here: http://socsi.in/uM26G
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The evolution of a dark matter galactic halo from the early cosmos until today.
Credit: Volker Springel & the VIRGO Collaboration http://socsi.in/xjqMH
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Invisible substance mass encounters!
I continue the space-time physics here if you do not allow it,here on the free web of the net!
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inquisitors!
You are stupid idiotic animals sentenced to a death here in the Milky Way galaxy without the real space-time physics.
This many atom mathematicians sheep on a planet?
What you want the worms living on the untruthful past?
If you today's inquisitors, shit yourselves,the new gravitational law of the space-time physics: because the of the medis cenzura, too this is left over!
F=hm(1)m(2)/((dt)²m)
-When for strange space, its invisible substance mass crosses over quickly, through the Sun and an Earth,or they just on you rush, at this time with some kind of greatness, and a unknown shock wave arises!
This shock wave,being due to my sucker carcass:brings energy or takes away we our the spa-time system!
They may be the victims of these encounters!
You may be the victim of a direct encounter like this!
You may die of this invisible encounter!
According to the real space-time physics!
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The #EELT compared to the #Atomium, #Brussels, #Belgium. With a main mirror 39 metres in diameter, the European Extremely Large Telescope will be the largest optical/near-infrared telescope in the world.
#BiggestEyeOnTheSky http://socsi.in/cM6el
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The #EELT compared to St Stephen's Cathedral, #Vienna, #Austria. With a main mirror 39 metres in diameter, the European Extremely Large Telescope will be the largest optical/near-infrared telescope in the world. #BiggestEyeOnTheSky http://socsi.in/9gzu5
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#Fulldome: A reflection of the daily rotation of the Earth on its axis.
Credit: @ESOAstronomy / @Babak.A.Tafreshi http://socsi.in/0SAGT
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#ESOjobs We are searching for an Instrumentation Engineer. The position is available in Garching, Germany, and the deadline for the application is 15 June 2016. Details at http://socsi.in/nuGmq
Follow our LinkedIn page to stay up to date with career opportunities at ESO: http://socsi.in/jtmqc
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Artist’s conception of a black hole with an accretion disc.
Credit: @ESOAstronomy / L.Calcada / M.Kornmesser http://socsi.in/e58k8
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The #EELT compared to the statue of Christ the Redeemer, in #RiodeJaneiro, #Brazil. With a main mirror 39 metres in diameter, the European Extremely Large Telescope will be the largest optical/near-infrared telescope in the world. #BiggestEyeOnTheSky http://socsi.in/9C77C
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The Milky Way shimmers as the Moon sets in this time-lapse from La Silla.
Credit: @ESOAstronomy / @Babak.A.Tafreshi http://socsi.in/eFYlV
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360 degrees of the #VLT
Image credit: @ESOAstronomy / A. Ghizzi Panizza (http://socsi.in/oSHbP) http://socsi.in/D2LvX
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#SupernovaProgress The @ESOSupernova Planetarium & Visitor Centre construction site, seen from above.
Credit: TUM-FSD / @ESOAstronomy Supported by Autel Robotics and TUM-FSD http://socsi.in/ZiqtR
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Don’t miss #ESOcast 84! This episode features computer generated images of the #EELT, showing in remarkable detail what the monster telescope will look like on top of Cerro Armazones.
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Welcome to the official page of the European Southern Observatory, the world's most productive ground-based observatory!

ESO, the European Southern Observatory, provides state-of-the-art research facilities to European astronomers and astrophysicists. It is an intergovernmental organisation with 15 member-states.

ESO carries out an ambitious programme focused on the design, construction and operation of even more powerful observing facilities.
ESO has enabled the first picture of a planet around another star, measured the distance to the most remote object ever found, found the largest solar system yet around another star and contributed to the discovery of the Universe’s accelerating expansion due to the elusive dark energy.