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ESOcast 211 Light: ESO Telescope Reveals What Could be the Smallest Dwarf Planet in the Solar System



Astronomers using the SPHERE instrument on ESO’s Very Large Telescope have revealed that the asteroid Hygiea could be a dwarf planet. Find out more about this fascinating object in the new ESOcast Light.

The video is available in 4K UHD.

The ESOcast Light is a series of short videos bringing you the wonders of the Universe in bite-sized pieces. The ESOcast Light episodes will not be replacing the standard, longer ESOcasts, but complement them with current astronomy news and images in ESO press releases.

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Directed by: Herbert Zodet.
Editing: Herbert Zodet.
Web and technical support: Gurvan Bazin and Raquel Yumi Shida.
Written by: Vanessa Emeka-Okafor and Bárbara Ferreira.
Music: tonelabs (www.tonelabs.com) – Expect The Unexpected.
Footage and photos: ESO, P. Sěveček/Charles University, P. Vernazza et al./MISTRAL algorithm (ONERA/CNRS), Space Engine (spaceengine.org) and C. Malin (christophmalin.com).
Scientific consultants: Paola Amico and Mariya Lyubenova.

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8 thoughts on “ESOcast 211 Light: ESO Telescope Reveals What Could be the Smallest Dwarf Planet in the Solar System

  1. I love your choice of music, it makes me happy every time. I wish there was a downloadable DRM-free archive of all music that you use. Not many songs are available from the lists you publish. I mean, I know that some of it is custom-made etc, I understand why it's not public, but I just wish it was available…

  2. If Earth is the only place in the universe with life, we could be the most significant insignificant speck in the universe.

  3. This could be just because they see at a certain angle. If you look at Vesta top-down at the pole, it would look spherical. But its not.

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