Source References

Web Sites

Planetario de la Universidad de Santiago de Chile (Planetario de la Universidad de Santiago de Chile)

Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory (CTIO)

La Silla Observatory (La Silla Observatory)

Las Campanas Observatory (Las Campanas Observatory Carnegie Institution of Washington)

SOAR Telescope (Brazilian Ministry of Science, the National Optical Observatories, the University of North Carolina and Michigan State University.)

Arecibo Observatory (National Astronomy and Ionosphere Center)

European Southern Observatory (ESO)


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