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ESO Supernova Public Newsletter
14 April 2021

Dear visitors and supporters

Did you miss the previous ESO Supernova virtual tours? Here is another chance to participate. From the comfort of your own home, we will guide you through our exhibition “The Living Universe”. The next tour takes place on Thursday 15 April, at 18:00 (CEST) and will be in German. You can watch it live on our YouTube channel here

Also on our YouTube channel you can find a selection of short clips on a variety of astronomy topics (in German, with English subtitles). Subscribe to our YouTube channel or follows us on Facebook to stay informed!

For those who work in the education sector, we also publish a newsletter in which we share information about our latest education offers, like teacher training courses and initiatives for school classes. You can subscribe to this newsletter here

Many thanks for your continued support. We hope very much that we can welcome you again soon in the ESO Supernova.

The ESO Supernova Team

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