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Astronomers Unite to Make Revolutionary Map and First Movie of the Sky

October 06, 2006
Astronomers from the Max-Planck-Institutes for Astronomy in Heidelberg and for Extraterrestrial Physics in Garching have joined with colleagues world-wide to form a consortium that will exploit a powerful new survey telescope on Haleakala on the island of Maui (Hawaii). This telescope will map repeatedly much of the entire sky, hence creating a very deep color-map and a first digital »movie« of the heavens, mapping changes in the sky with time. [more]
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Max Planck Institute for Astronomy (MPIA) to Participate in the »Euroscience Open Forum 2006«

July 03, 2006
The Deutsche Museum in Munich is hosting the second »Euroscience Open Forum« (ESOF) from July 15 – 19, 2006. The event is open to scientists of various disciplines, but also to the interested public as a platform for discussions and exchange of ideas. The diverse program includes lectures and exhibitions among other things. The MPIA will offer two contributions to the ESOF. [more]
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Man-made Star Shines in the Southern Sky

February 23, 2006
First Light for the VLT Laser Guide Star Facility [more]
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Top German Technology for Hubble’s Successor

December 06, 2005
Carl Zeiss and Max Planck researchers develop technology for the world’s largest space telescope [more]

"First Light" for the Large Binocular Telescope

October 26, 2005
The largest and most modern single telescope in the world has provided its first images of the heavens, and German astronomers made a significant contribution [more]
 
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