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A MUSE for ESO’s Very Large Telescope

A MUSE for ESO’s Very Large Telescope

New instrument given send-off in Lyon and approved for shipping to Paranal

LATEST XMM-NEWTON CATALOGUE OFFERS NEW X-RAY VISION

LATEST XMM-NEWTON CATALOGUE OFFERS NEW X-RAY VISION

An unparalleled view of the sky in the X domain with the ESA's XMM-Newton Observatory ...

Feeding Galaxy Caught in Distant Searchlight

Feeding Galaxy Caught in Distant Searchlight

Astronomers using ESO’s VLT have spotted a distant galaxy hungrily snacking on nearby gas ...

First detection of a plasmaspheric wind in the Earth's magnetosphere

First detection of a plasmaspheric wind in the Earth's magnetosphere

This wind carries cold plasma from the plasmasphere to the outer magnetosphere ...

Mission accomplished for CoRoT

Mission accomplished for CoRoT

End of mission for CoRot, capable of listening to the music of the heavens and hunting for exoplanets ...

The MUSE instrument is complete!

The MUSE instrument is complete!

Based on the innovative concept of spectrograph of integral field, MUSE will observe galaxies in the early universe ...

The TAROT telescope recorded the explosion of a star located at 13.4 billion of light years

The TAROT telescope recorded the explosion of a star located at 13.4 billion of light years

By acting as a lighthouse, this gamma-ray burst tells us about this early and partly unknown stage of the Universe ...

The conglomerates of Mars

The conglomerates of Mars

New measurements in the Gale Crater using ChemCam reveal isolated outcrops characteristics of streamflow ...

Does dark energy come from quantum vacuum?

DEUS Simulation - Credit CNRS

French researchers, including IRAP Toulouse, offer a possible physical origin of dark energy: the gravitational action of the quantum vacuum in an extra dimension of space.

The swan song of super-massive stars lasts several hours

The swan song of super-massive stars lasts several hours

An international team including IRAP researchers has recently discovered that very massive stars could explode following an original way.

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