CSIRO’s ASKAP and ESO’s APEX telescopes team up to reveal gas outflow in the SMC

ASKAP and the Milky Way. Credit: CSIRO.

In a new ESO blog post, Dr Enrico Di Teodoro and AAL Board member Prof. Naomi McClure-Griffiths describe how they used the combined power of CSIRO’s ASKAP and ESO’s APEX telescopes to reveal how much gas escapes from the Small Magellanic Cloud galaxy.

Read the full story on the ESO blog page.

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