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Very Large Telescope Fires-Up Awesome Laser System

Discovery News - ‎27.04.2016‎
... where members of the space social media community have been invited to see the observatories, including Paranal and the international Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA). I will be posting updates on Discovery News as the date nears!
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Dark Dwarf Galaxy Discovered

Sky & Telescope - ‎19.04.2016‎
The Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) imaged this ring in stunning detail, one of the first ultrasharp images to be collected using the array's longest 15-kilometer baseline.

University of Illinois researchers help discover 'dark galaxy'

Scientific Computing World - ‎26.04.2016‎
The discovery came as part of a campaign to test new high-resolution capabilities of the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA), an observatory in northern Chile run by an international partnership of science organisations. According to a ...

Dusty doughnut around massive black hole spied for first time

New Scientist - ‎20.04.2016‎
The discovery required 35 radio dishes on the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) perched in the high desert of the Chilean Andes.

ALMA Gravitational Lens Image Reveals Hidden Galaxy

Science World Report - ‎21.04.2016‎
This came as part of a campaign to test the new Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA), an observatory in Chile run by an international partnership of different science organizations.
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Dwarf dark galaxy found four billion light-years away from earth

Maine News Online - ‎17.04.2016‎
The revelation came as a part of a campaign that aims to test new high-resolution capabilities of the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA), an observatory in northern Chile. One of the experimental images was that of an Einstein ring ...
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Región chilena apuesta a liderazgo mundial del astroturismo

Prensa Latina - ‎20.04.2016‎
Imagen activa Santiago de Chile, 20 abr (PL) A partir de los dos mil 500 metros sobre el nivel del mar, Chile alberga más del 40 por ciento de la infraestructura óptica mundial para la observación, por lo cual aspira al liderazgo del llamado astroturismo.
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