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    The Multi Unit Spectroscopic Explorer (MUSE) Project

    We have observed our own Galaxy, the Milky Way, in such exquisite detail that today we know its main visible components very well, namely the stars (hundreds of billions of them) and the interstellar gas and dust. With the help of time-consuming computer simulations, we can build and analyse (…)




    The Multi Unit Spectroscopic Explorer (MUSE) Project

    We have observed our own Galaxy, the Milky Way, in such exquisite detail that today we know its main visible components very well, namely the stars (hundreds of billions of them) and the interstellar gas and dust. With the help of time-consuming computer simulations, we can build and analyse (…)


    The Multi Unit Spectroscopic Explorer (MUSE) Project

    We have observed our own Galaxy, the Milky Way, in such exquisite detail that today we know its main visible components very well, namely the stars (hundreds of billions of them) and the interstellar gas and dust. With the help of time-consuming computer simulations, we can build and analyse (…)


    The Multi Unit Spectroscopic Explorer (MUSE) Project

    We have observed our own Galaxy, the Milky Way, in such exquisite detail that today we know its main visible components very well, namely the stars (hundreds of billions of them) and the interstellar gas and dust. With the help of time-consuming computer simulations, we can build and analyse (…)