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A Radio Telescope Near Urumqi

The Milky Way rises from Xinjiang Astronomical Observatory in China.
by:
Jeff Dai




Big Dipper over Delingha Observatory

Big Dipper as observed at the Delingha Observatory, in Qinghai province of China.
by:
Jeff Dai




Exploring the Cosmos

Night Sky above ALMA radio telescopes, one of the world's highest and most complex observatories with an array of 66 giant dishes.
by:
Babak A. Tafreshi




Technology Abstract

Long-exposure image with a moving camera has captured an abstract picture of ALMA radio telescopes.
by:
Babak A. Tafreshi




Listening to the Cosmos

View of the Milky Way and Zodiacal Light (with Venus shining inside) from ALMA site at the elevation of 5000 m.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Pico Veleta Winter Night

The 30-meter IRAM radio telescope on Pico Veleta of Spain, explores the universe in millimeter wavelengths.
by:
Serge Brunier




Allen Telescope Array

Allen Telescope Array in northern California, scanning the sky for possible ET signals.
by:
Serge Brunier




Search for ET Signals

Timelapse video of Allen Telescope Array in northern California, scanning the sky for possible ET signals.
by:
Serge Brunier




The Dish in Motion

Timelapse video of the 64-metre radio-telescope in Australia, also known as The Dish.
by:
Serge Brunier




Milky Way from Chajnantor Plateau

The heart of our Galaxy, full of gas, dust, and star clusters, appears next to the fainter white-blue zodiacal light in our own Solar System called the Zodiacal Light.
by:
Miguel Claro




ALMA and Crescent Moon

After the sunset begins the nautical twilight and the sky is painted with a beautiful pallet of blueish and orange colors, with the gentle appearance of brighter stars.
by:
Miguel Claro




Panoramic Milky Way from ALMA

The arc of the Milky Way, the Zodiacal Light crossing the sky, and Magellanic Clouds, all framed in this panoramic view from 5000 meters high on chajnantor plateau in Chile.
by:
Miguel Claro




Comet & the Dish

Comet PanSTARRS C/2014 Q1 and the crescent moon above the 64-metre Parkes radio telescope in Australia.
by:
Babak A. Tafreshi




Bridge to Other Worlds

The Milky Way Galaxy stretches above "The Dish".
by:
Alex Cherney




Radio Dish and Carina Nebula

The Great Carina Nebula in a single exposure photograph through a telephoto lens, above one of the dishes on ALMA radio telescopes.
by:
Babak A. Tafreshi




Our View to the Galaxy

The Milky Way in the morning twilight from altitude of 5,000 meters on in the Chilean Andes.
by:
Babak A. Tafreshi




The View From on High

The Milky Way galaxy lights up the night above two ALMA radio telescopes 5,000 meters above sea level.
by:
Babak A. Tafreshi




Arecibo by Night

Night at the Arecibo observatory, a world-known radio telescope in Puerto Rico.
by:
Serge Brunier




Jupiter over ALMA

Planet Jupiter appears above ALMA radio telescopes, located at the Chajnantor plateau, at altitude of over 5000 meters in the Chilean Andes.
by:
Babak A. Tafreshi




Radio Observatory in the Australian Outback

The southern night sky appear above Murchison Widefield Array radio telescope antennas.
by:
John Goldsmith




Zodiacal Light over Radio Telescopes

The central array of Australian Square Kilometer Array Pathfinder (ASKAP) radio telescope stands against the zodiacal light
by:
Alex Cherney




Radio Telescope and Southern Sky

A radio telescope of the Australian Square Kilometer Array Pathfinder (ASKAP) under the starry sky of Australia.
by:
Alex Cherney




Radio Astronomy

A fireball flashes against the coalsack nebula and the Southern Cross in the night sky above Murchison Widefield Array radio telescope.
by:
John Goldsmith




Fireball over Murchison Radio Telescope

A fireball streaks the sky above the Murchison Widefield Array radio telescope antennas.
by:
John Goldsmith




Sand and Snow

Ice formations known locally as penitents glow by moonlight in Chile's high-altitude Atacama Desert.
by:
Babak A. Tafreshi




ASKAP Radio Telescopes in Motion

A timelapse video (with music) of the Australian Square Kilometer Array Pathfinder (ASKAP) radio telescopes under the starry sky of the Western Australia.
by:
Alex Cherney




Majestic Licancabur

This impressive volcano at the border of Chile and Bolivia is Licancabur, softly illuminated by the moon in this nightscape view.
by:
Babak A. Tafreshi




ASKAP Zodiacal Light

Zodiacal Light shines strong behind the central array of Australian Square Kilometer Array Pathfinder (ASKAP) radio telescope.
by:
Alex Cherney




Antenna Array

The central array of Australian Square Kilometer Array Pathfinder (ASKAP) radio telescope under the center of our Milky Way galaxy.
by:
Alex Cherney




ASKAP Antenna

A remote dish of Australian Square Kilometer Array Pathfinder (ASKAP) radio telescope under the Southern Cross and the Milky Way.
by:
Alex Cherney




Radio Telesacope in Action

Timelapse video: The giant 64-meter dish of Parkes Radio Telescope under the starry sky of New South Wales, Australia.
by:
Alex Cherney




ALMA 3D motion

Turn on your speakers and use 3D glasses (Red/Cyan) to enjoy this unique anaglyph timelapse video of ALMA radio telescopes and Andes night sky.
by:
Stephane Guisard




Parkes Planetary Conjunction

In this morning twilight view from Australia, the Moon, Jupiter, and Venus align in a beautiful conjunction above Parkes Radio Telescope.
by:
Alex Cherney




Parkes Observatory in Virtual Reality

The Virtual Reality flash animation takes you to a spot in front of the giant 64-meter dish of Parkes Radio Telescope.
by:
Alex Cherney




Night Sky above the Parkes Radio Telescope

The Milky Way and the setting moon appear in a panoramic image from Parkes Radio Telescope dish in New South Wales, Australia.
by:
Alex Cherney




Observing Invisible

The first lights of dawn merge in to starry sky over the radio telescopes of ALMA array on Chilean Andes.
by:
Babak A. Tafreshi




Atacama Pathfinder

The Milky Way poses in the background of APEX radio telescope located at 5100 meters in northern Chile.
by:
Babak A. Tafreshi




The Pole Over ALMA

In this long exposure sequence colorful startrails are captured around the south celestial pole positioned over the radio telescopes of ALMA array.
by:
Babak A. Tafreshi




The Planet and the Radio Dish

A creative "Little Planet" projection of an all-sky panorama made from the Parkes Radio Telescope dish in New South Wales, Australia.
by:
Alex Cherney




VLBA Stars

A starry night of Mauna Kea, one of the best known observing sites on the planet located at the top of Hawaii.
by:
Wally Pacholka




3D Video of Paranal

Time-lapse video: In a moonlit night of Atacama Desert in Chile, the Very Large Telescope (VLT) array on Cerro Paranal explores the universe.
by:
Stephane Guisard




VLT in 3D

An anaglyph 3D view of a moonlit night of Very Large Telescope (VLT) array in Chile.
by:
Stephane Guisard




VLT and the Center of Milky Way

The central region of the Milky Way and planet Jupiter shine above the Very Large Telescope (VLT) array on Cerro Paranal, Chile.
by:
Stephane Guisard




The Sound of Cosmos

A starry night of Mauna Kea, one of the best known observing sites on the planet located at the top of Hawaii.
by:
Wally Pacholka




Celestial Pair and Zodiacal Light

Venus and Jupiter are in a dramatic conjunction in this view from above Cerro Paranal in Atacama Desert of Chile.
by:
Stephane Guisard




Can you hear me?

The telescopes at the Nobeyama Radio Observatory (NRO) in Nagano, Japan, listen to the cosmic sounds.
by:
Shingo Takei




The Road to Astronomers Paradise

Standard lights illuminated the road to Paranal Observatory, the place for giant telescopes in Chile.
by:
Stephane Guisard




Atacama Desert Startrails

Startrails above giant telescopes of Cerro Paranal at altitude of about 2600 meters in Atacama Desert of Chile.
by:
Stephane Guisard




Andes Milky Way

The Milky Way rises majestically above the Chilean Atacama Andes in the San Pedro de Atacama region.
by:
Stephane Guisard




Paranal View

The band of Milky Way above giant telescopes of Cerro Paranal at altitude of about 2600 meters in Atacama Desert of Chile.
by:
Stephane Guisard




Listening to the Cosmos

A moonlit night at the Arecibo observatory, a world-known radio telescope in Puerto Rico.
by:
Serge Brunier




Night begins at VLA

Early evening at Very Large Array of 27 radio telescopes
by:
Fred Espenak




Signals

Moon shine on SEST, a 25-meter radio telescope on La Silla peak, Chile.
by:
Stefan Seip




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