When 50 years ago, Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon, optical glasses from SCHOTT helped capture this event in impressive images.
SCHOTT manufactured an extremely curved secondary mirror substrate made of ZERODUR® glass-ceramic in Mainz, Germany, for the ESO´s Extremely Large Telescope
NASA is preparing for human exploration on Mars. The Mars 2020 rover mission will try to convert carbon dioxide into breathable oxygen for the first time ever. Highly [...]
For astronomers, broadening horizons literally means reaching for the stars. The European Southern Observatory (ESO) with its spectacular telescopes helps make this happen [...]
Researchers and developers are constantly working to the limits of what is technically feasible to come up with new findings and products, whether in search of new planets, in [...]
For more than half a century, ZERODUR® glass-ceramic has been ahead of its time. This is the unique success story of a material with a low thermal expansion, which has allowed [...]
Javalambre telescopes rely on unique high-tech components to create the universe’s first complete 3D map.