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Following this, he moved to the South African Astronomical Observatory in Cape Town where he worked, except for a sabbatical of four months at the Anglo-Australian Observatory in 1980, until his retirement in 2001.
In an interview, Fred Watson, the astronomer in charge of the Anglo-Australian Observatory in New South Wales, said the planets often come together, but this time you could see four in the same bit of sky.
Additional observations at the Anglo-Australian Observatory in Australia, revealed that the star, now about 400 light-years from the core of 30 Doradus, is speeding away at more than 85 km/s.
Google stitched imagery from various scientific third parties, such as the Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI), the Digital Sky Survey Consortium (DSSC), the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS), CalTech's Palomar Observatory, the United Kingdom Astronomy Technology Centre (UK ATC) and the Anglo-Australian Observatory (AAO).
Watson is Astronomer-in-Charge of the Anglo-Australian Observatory in Australia, responsible for the scientific output of the country's largest optical telescope: this survey Stargazer provides a pleasing modern history.
The Immigration Department has threatened to deport Saunders, who has been living in Australia on a work visa sponsored by the Anglo-Australian Observatory.
The data came from the Australian 2dF Galaxy Redshift Survey at the Anglo-Australian Observatory in New South Wales.
He previously worked at NASA and operated the Southern Hemisphere's first Earth-crossing asteroid and comet search-and-tracking project at the Anglo-Australian Observatory.