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The VST/OmegaCAM Photometric H-Alpha Survey (VPHAS+) is imaging the Southern Milky Way in visible light using the ESO VLT Survey Telescope (VST) in Chile.

Keywords: Astronomy Astrophysics Stellar Cosmology Dark Matter Supernovae Submillimetre Hertfordshire Phd Research post-doctorate Lectureship Starlink Iso Planck Herschel Elais Spire Lpac Capac

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