VLT finds hottest and most massive touching double star, heading for enormous catastrophe.
Some long-duration gamma-ray bursts, driven by strongest magnets, created the biggest explosion in the Universe.
Astronomers using ESO’s Very Large Telescope (VLT) have discovered by far the brightest galaxy yet found in the early Universe.
This is the first of four laser guide star units on Unit Telescope 4 (UT4) of ESO’s Very Large Telescope at Paranal, by the 4
Astronomers have found biggest Black Hole blast ever, in the heart of a Quasar burning 100 times as much energy as the entire Milky Way
Astronomers using ESO’s Very Large Telescope and the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope have identified a body that is very probably a planet, a free-floating Planet, wandering through
Using ESO’s Very Large Telescope (VLT) astronomers has shown that most very bright high-mass stars, which drive the evolution of galaxies, do not live alone.
Astronomers looking at Earthshine reflected from the moon have concluded that there is life on Earth! This technique can help in the search for Extraterrestrial
Astronomers have used ESO’s Very Large Telescope to image a colossal star that belongs to one of the rarest classes of stars in the Universe,
This image, from ESO’s Very Large Telescope (VLT), shows a truly remarkable galaxy known as NGC 3621. However this galaxy is bulgeless but has three