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3 janvier 2022

TRAPPIST observes JWST en route to final orbit

On the night of 2 January, the ULiège TRAPPIST-Sud telescope at ESO in Chile photographed the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) moving among the stars in the constellation Orion.

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A publication in Astronomy & Astrophysics

ESO publishes images of 42 of the largest asteroids of the Solar System

A detailed catalog collected over the past four years with the Very Large Telescope of the European Southern Observatory, with the participation of TRAPPIST telescopes from ULiège.

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20 september 2021

The triple asteroid Kleopatra

Thanks to the Very Large Telescope of the ESO and with the help of TRAPPIST telescopes, a team of astronomers  acquired the sharpest and most detailed images at this day of the triple asteroid Kleopatra

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10 june 2021

The spiral galaxy M106

A swirling disc of stars and gas

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A publication in Planetary Science Journal

The seven rocky planets of TRAPPIST-1 seem to have very similar compositions

Precise measurements reveal that the exoplanets of the system discovered by ULiège researchers have remarkably similar densities, which provides new clues about their compositions.

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Twisting with galaxy NGC 3718

Photo Taken by Emmanuel Jehin with TRAPPIST-North.

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TRAPPIST-South reopen its eye to the sky

The ULiège's TRAPPIST-South telescope, located in Chile, has resumed its activities by pointing its eye on the Triangulum constellation.

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Comet NEOWISE at its closest distance to Earth

Comet C/2020 F3 (NEOWISE) is currently visible naked eye in the Northern hemisphere and passing at its closest distance to the Earth

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World Asteroid Day

This 30 June 2020 from 10:00 pm, discover the asteroids of our solar system with astronomers and members of the TRAPPIST team of ULiège

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The big asteroid 1998 OR2 passes close to Earth

Le télescope robotique TRAPPIST-Nord de l'Université de Liège est sur sa trace depuis le début du mois de Mars.

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A publication in Nature Astronomy

Large amounts of carbon monoxide in the nucleus of the interstellar comet 2I/Borisov

Using the radio telescopes of the ALMA observatory and the TRAPPIST-South telescope, researchers were able to observe the chemical compounds of the comet discovered in 2019.

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First asteroid discovery by TRAPPIST

It came as a Christmas gift ! The Minor Planet Center (MPC) has officially attributed its first asteroid to TRAPPIST !

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