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VLT

Abbrev. for Very Large Telescope.
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"The high linear polarisation that we measured with the VLT can't be easily explained by our models unless the vacuum birefringence effects predicted by QED are included."
``They had really good actors from VLT doing the parts.
On this page are two views of Antu, the first of the VLT components to see starlight.
ESPRESSO instrument scientist at ESO, Gaspare Lo Curto, explains the historical significance of this event: ESO has realised a dream that dates back to the time when the VLT was conceived in the 1980s: bringing the light from all four Unit Telescopes on Cerro Paranal together to feed a single instrument!
Outcome: Consolidated market for OPPs, through increased demand and use of OPPs for VLT and EID in the 4 target countries.
Both the VLT and ALMA observations were designed to explore the temperature structure of Uranus' atmosphere, with VLT probing shorter wavelengths than ALMA.
The change removes VLT limits for passenger windows and the rear windscreen but retains the minimum VLT rates for the front windscreen and driver's window remain at 70 per cent and 50 per cent, respectively.
VLT alleges HMRC is working together with the Swedish tax authorities to recover the debt.
Taxpayer challenged the January 1, 2013 property tax assessment of Thistledown, just four months before Taxpayer obtained its VLT license from the state for $50 million and began operating as Thistledown Racino.
Vide a notification, the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has mandated that all new public service vehicles except auto rickshaws and eRickshaws, registered on and after 1st January 2019, will have to be equipped with Vehicle Location Tracking ( VLT )with emergency buttons, an official release said.
Danfoss announced a new version of its VLT AutomationDrive, which the company described as modular, adaptable and fit for any environment.
As WASP-19b transited across the face of its star, Elyar Sedaghati (European Southern Observatory) and colleagues employed ESO's Very Large Telescope (VLT) to capture the star's light as it passed through a sliver of the planet's atmosphere.