The Very Large Telescope (VLT) is a facility operated by the European Southern Observatory, located on Cerro Paranal in the Atacama Desert of northern Chile.

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VLT Detects Chemical Signatures of Universe’s First Stars in Distant Gas Clouds

VLT Focuses on Emission Nebula Gum 10

VLT Spots Spectacular Bipolar Jet from Young Stellar Object in Orion Nebula Cluster

VLT Observes Aftermath of Collision between DART and Dimorphos

VLT Survey Telescope Sees Newly-Born Stars in IC 4701

The Very Large Telescope (VLT) has received an infrared eye upgrade (Credit: ESO/ERIS team)

VLT Observes Asteroid Didymos before DART Impact

VLT Sees Spectacular Cosmic Collision: NGC 7727

VLT Observes Spiral Galaxy Messier 66