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ESO Supernova Public Newsletter
6 July 2017

Dear readers,

With less than one year before the opening of the ESO Supernova, things are really moving fast here!

Our contributions to the planetarium community are growing all the time, through partnerships with fulldome producing companies and our own in-house production of images for the community to use with their audiences. You can read all about the latest additions in this newsletter.

We are pleased to be continuing our support of the ESO Winter Astronomy Camp with our partners Sterrenlab and the Astronomical Observatory of the Autonomous Region of the Aosta Valley. Applications are now open for the 5th edition of this fantastic opportunity for school pupils aged 16-18 years.

As always, we thank our friends, members, supporters and partners for their contributions which are helping us achieve our vision. If you haven’t donated to our centre yet, you can change that now. You can donate through our website .

Thank you for your continued support and interest!

Tania Johnston

ESO Supernova Coordinator

  ESO Supernova Press Releases

Mayan Archaeoastronomy: New Free Planetarium Show — Visually stunning fulldome show explores astronomy and mythology

6 July 2017: ESO is proud to announce the release of the English version of Mayan Archaeoastronomy: Observers of the Universe, a brand new open-source planetarium show exploring six different Mayan archaeological sites ...

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  ESO Supernova Announcements

Planetarium News

4 July 2017: As the construction of the ESO Supernova Planetarium & Visitor Centre here in Garching continues apace, ready for its opening in Spring 2018, ESO continues to make an unprecedented range ...

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Winner of Summer AstroCamp 2017 Bursary Announced

15 June 2017: The winner of the AstroCamp 2017 bursary offered by ESO has now been selected from almost 100 applications from about a dozen countries. ESO is delighted to announce that Eva ...

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Science in School: Issue 40 Now Available

15 June 2017: The latest issue of the free magazine Science in School is now available online and in printed form. This European journal for science teachers offers up-to-date information on cutting-edge science ...

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New planetarium show: Out There — The Quest for Extrasolar Worlds Now Available for the Community

8 June 2017: We are proud to announce a brand new addition to ESO’s collection of free high-quality planetarium materials produced by world-renowned astrophotographers, artists, technicians and musicians. Out There — The Quest ...

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Fifth ESO Astronomy Winter Camp for Secondary School Students — Win a Free Astronomy Trip to the Alps

6 June 2017: 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 arrange ...

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