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.
What does AAO stand for?
AAO stands for Anglo-Australian Observatory
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We have 129 other meanings of AAO in our Acronym Attic
- Am Angegebenen Ort (German)
- America's Army Operations (game)
- America's Army: Operations (game)
- American Academy of Ophthalmology
- American Academy of Optometry
- American Academy of Osteopathy
- American Academy of Otolaryngology (Head & Neck Surgery)
- American Association of Orthodontists
- American's Army: Operations (game)
- Amino Acid Oxidase
- Anodic Alumina Oxide
- Approved Acquisition Objective
- Archives Association of Ontario
- Area Audit Office
- Army Acquisition Objective
- Army Acquisition Organization
- Association des Amis des Oiseaux (French)
- Association des Archives de l'Ontario (French: Archives Association of Ontario)
- Association of Aviation Ordnancemen
- Audio, Acoustique et Ondes (French: Audio, Acoustics and Waves)
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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.
According to a report in ABC News, Dr Sarah Brough of the Anglo-Australian Observatory made the discovery while examining data from a study called the Galaxy and Mass Assembly survey (GAMA).
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.
The impact, astronomers calculate, might produce a blast equivalent to 3,000 to 4,000 megatons of TNT - almost as much as all of the world's nuclear bombs going off at once - according to calculations by astronomer Duncan Steel of the Anglo-Australian Observatory, which he posted on the Internet on Friday.
Sky was created by Google's Pittsburgh engineering team by stitching together imagery from numerous scientific third parties including the Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI), the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS), the Digital Sky Survey Consortium (DSSC), CalTech's Palomar Observatory, the United Kingdom Astronomy Technology Centre (UK ATC), and the Anglo-Australian Observatory (AAO).