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ESO Supernova Public Newsletter
3 September 2018

Dear visitors and supporters,

We have now been open for 4 months and, despite a few small hiccups, the operation has been very successful and has run very smoothly. We have welcomed over 30 000 visitors, at least 3500 of whom were school pupils and we look forward to welcoming even more in the future!

We have enjoyed several special events such as Asteroid Day and a Stan Dart concert and we have even more to look forward to in the next 3-month programme. We have a jam-packed schedule filled with special activities and events.

Thank you for your continued support and interest!

Tania Johnston
ESO Supernova Coordinator

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Exciting Autumn Programme at the ESO Supernova — The latest range of planetarium shows, tours and events available from October to December

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New Planetarium Show: Europe to the Stars — Experience ESO’s 50-year history of exploring the Southern Skies

14 June 2018: ESO is proud to announce the release of Europe to the Stars, a brand new open-source planetarium show that tells the story of ESO’s exploration of the southern sky. This ...

  ESO Supernova Announcements

Winter AstroCamp 2018 applications open

8 August 2018: ESO and its Science Outreach Network are collaborating with the science education event organiser Sterrenlab and the Astronomical Observatory of the Autonomous Region of the Aosta Valley (OAVdA) to organise ...

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Science in School: Issue 44 now available

26 June 2018: Die neueste Ausgabe des kostenlosen Magazins Science in School ist jetzt online und als Printversion erhältlich. Das europäische Magazin für Lehrerinnen und Lehrer im Bereich Naturwissenschaften bietet neue Informationen zu ...

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