Upgraded chat profiles on the chat service have the ability to view 6 broadcast streams simultaneously.Please keep in mind that viewing 6 simultaneous broadcast streams may require a fast internet connection.The red letters indicate telescopes that are observing right now (T—the ESO 3.6-metre telescope, N— New Technology Telescope and D—the MPG/ESO 2.2-metre telescope). recently updated the chat service to provide more chat room options and better streaming.The North Shore may be synonymous with some of the world’s most challenging surf, but one cannot overlook the equally spectacular opportunities to tee it up.Two legends of golf – Arnold Palmer and George Fazio – have chosen to leave their indelible mark on the North Shore with two premier courses right here, oceanside at Turtle Bay.You can zoom in the Unit Telescopes, Auxiliary Telescopes, the VLT Survey Telescope (VST), Cerro Armazones (home of the ELT) and even the distant volcano Llullaillaco (at an amazing distance of 190 km from Paranal). On extremely clear days the magnificent 6739-metre volcano Llullaillaco is visible in the background of this photograph.Note that the Moon at times can be so bright that night almost looks like day. It is an amazing 190 kilometres away on the border with Argentina.
Here several antennas that take part of ALMA as well as APEX can be seen pointing to the sky. During the day the webcam shows the last frame before sunrise.There will be a multipurpose building containing teaching classrooms and laboratories, a farm shop and an animal research facility at the site. Andrews Forest Flood Cam The Andrews Forest is focused on a logjam on a section of Lookout Creek approximately 2 miles upstream from its confluence with Blue River.The camera is centered on the site of the old sheep barn and will essentially be the center of the new complex of buildings. During periods of heavy rain in the winter, Lookout Creek is transformed from a clear stream to a muddy torrent.Web cameras have been placed at many of the ESO sites, allowing anyone to see ESO’s advanced telescopes in action in one of the driest deserts in the world at any time.The 24/7 live transmission from the webcams offers multiple streams that are not to be missed: The live webcam offers high-resolution views of the Very Large Telescope observing platform.This is when logjams are built and destroyed, boulders are tumbled, and the stream bed rearranged.