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ESO — A Cosmic Mystery: ESO Telescope Captures the Disappearance of a Massive Star — Science Release eso2010

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30 June 2020

Using the European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope (VLT), astronomers have discovered the absence of an unstable massive star in a dwarf galaxy. Scientists think this could indicate that the star became less bright and partially obscured by dust. An alternative explanation is that the star collapsed into a black hole without producing a supernova. "If true," says team leader and PhD student Andrew Allan of Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, "this would be the first direct detection of such a monster star ending its life in this manner."

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25 June 2020: Astronomers use telescopes to peer into far away planetary systems, seeking to uncover the mysteries of their formation and evolution and reveal how they compare to our own. Occasionally though ...

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ESO Annual Report 2019 Now Available

18 June 2020: The ESO Annual Report 2019 is now available. It presents a summary of ESO's many activities throughout the year. The contents include: Research highlights from ESO facilities, including the ...

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METIS Instrument Passes Design Milestone

5 June 2020: METIS, the powerful imager and spectrograph for ESO's Extremely Large Telescope (ELT), has passed its Preliminary Design Review at ESO's headquarters in Garching, Germany. METIS, short for Mid-infrared ...

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26 June 2020: Observing infrared light from the Universe reveals objects that are difficult or impossible to see in other types of light. In particular, infrared astronomy is useful for exploring cool, dusty ...

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ESO — Hot stars are plagued by giant magnetic spots, ESO data shows — Science Release eso2009

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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. Not only are these stars plagued by magnetic spots, some also experience superflare events, explosions of energy several million times more energetic than similar eruptions on the Sun. The findings, published today in Nature Astronomy, help astronomers better understand these puzzling stars and open doors to resolving other elusive mysteries of stellar astronomy.

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