July 2016 has been an exciting month for new scientific data, especially in the field of space research. Most significantly, The European Southern Observatory (ESO) captured the deepest view of the Orion Nebula that has yet been seen. ESO’s HAWK-I infrared instrument on the Very Large Telescope in Chileshed light on the birth of stars in the nebula, as well the relative amount of planetary mass objects: an amount much higher than previously thought by space researchers.
The connection of this exciting discovery 1,350 light years away to international shipping services on our own planet is unclear at first. However, scientists, universities, and other research organizations are always trying to transport scientific equipment, like telescopes and generators for example, to regions with exceptional visibility of space. One such place is San Pedro de Atacama in Chile, where this recent picture of the Orion Nebula was taken, and where many space researchers do their job.
Experienced international shipping companies can help transport any equipment overseas, no matter how bulky or expensive. With the collaboration of safe services and efficient ports, the shipping process is reliable and hassle-free for the clients. Whether researchers decide to transport bulky telescopes to Chile, or a client wants to ship an automobile to Europe, Africa, or Asia, a reliable shipping company can get the job done.