Data from the OSIRIS camera on ESA's Rosetta spacecraft, ESO's New Technology Telescope
(NTT) at the La Silla Observatory in Chile, and NASA's Infrared Telescope Facility in Hawaii and Spitzer Space Telescope were combined to create the most complete spectrum of an asteroid ever assembled.
ESO's 3.5-m New Technology Telescope
pushes wavefront sensing and real-time active mirror support to a new plateau, and it has ingenious dome shutters to improve local seeing.
Five hundred meters away, Hermann Boehnhardt monitored the body in visible light with the observatory's New Technology Telescope
. He also saw three blobs, two of which coincide with those seen in the infrared.
Munich, November 21 (ANI): Astronomers, using European Southern Observatory's (ESO's) 3.58-meter New Technology Telescope
(NTT), are seeing through the opaque dust lanes of the giant cannibal galaxy Centaurus A, unveiling its "last meal" in unprecedented detail - a smaller spiral galaxy, currently twisted and warped.
In 1993, a team lead by Sandro D'Odorico (European Southern Observatory) used the 3.5-meter New Technology Telescope
to obtain a spectrum of BR 1202-07, a 19th-magnitude quasar with a redshift of 4.69.
Several telescopes, including the European Southern Observatory's New Technology Telescope
in La Silla, Chile, incorporate adaptive optics systems of this sort.
The newly released image, obtained with the EMMI instrument attached to the ESO 3.58-metre New Technology Telescope
(NTT) at La Silla, Chile, shows the central region of the Omega Nebula in exquisite detail.
Schmidt (Mount Stromlo and Siding Spring Observatories) recently reported the supernova pictured here, and a European project has begun at the New Technology Telescope
Probing the environs of another distant quasar, BR1202-0725, McMahon and Hu told Science News that they may have pinned down the location of a galaxy imaged by other astronomers in the infrared with the Keck Telescope and in visible light using the European Southern Observatory's (ESO) New Technology Telescope
in La Silla, Chile.
Thanks to observations of different families of asteroids using ESO's New Technology Telescope
at La Silla and the Very Large Telescope at Paranal, as well as telescopes in Spain and Hawaii, Vernazza's team have now solved the puzzle.
Arnaboldi and Freeman used the multi-object spectrograph on the European Southern Observatory's 3.5-meter New Technology Telescope
Wampler and Li-Fan Wang of the Beijing Astronomical Observatory viewed the ring in visible light last December using the New Technology Telescope
in La Serena, Chile.