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ESO Supernova Public Newsletter
16 January 2020

Dear visitors and supporters!

We wish you all a very Happy New Year and hope that you have had a good start to 2020!

Although we’re still closed to the public we are working eagerly behind the scenes to make ESO Supernova even more enjoyable for you.

We are already looking forward to re-opening on 1 February and the exciting programme we will be bringing you. It gives us great pleasure to announce another public talk in February, this time from astrophysicist Andreas Müller.

Don’t forget we also have a new planetarium show in our programme: The Planets 360. A wonderful musical journey through our solar system. All planned presentations of this feature can be found here

In 2020 we continue to offer our activities at the lowest cost possible. Entrance to the exhibition for self-exploration remains free. School classes can still visit us and enjoy a free programme of activities. With your support, we can continue to ensure the ESO Supernova is accessible for as many people as possible. If you would like to make a donation, you can do so on our donations page online.

We look forward to welcoming you again at the ESO Supernova in 2020.

Many thanks for your continued support and interest.

Tania Johnston
Head of ESO Supernova

ESO Supernova Upcoming Events

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Public Talk on an Ever-Fascinating Issue: Black Holes — Astrophysicist Andreas Müller will reveal what we have learnt so far about the darkest secret of gravity

16 January 2020: On Friday 21 February 2020, at 19:00, you are invited to the public talk Black Holes - The Darkest Secret of Gravity. Why does time stop at black holes? What ...

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