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OSOOm Shanti Om (Bollywood movie)
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OSOOttawa Symphony Orchestra (Canada)
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OSOOperational Support Office
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OSOOverScan Operation (VXA Technology)
OSOOffensive Systems Operator
OSOOntario Special Olympics (Canada)
OSOOther Significant Other
OSOOstsüdost (German: East-South-East)
OSOOffice of SIGINT Operations
OSOOvest-Sud-Ovest (Italian: West-South-West)
OSOOrder Sending Organization (NASD)
OSOOsoboe Sovescanie Special Commission (Soviet Union, Communism, Stalin)
OSOOperations Staff Officer
OSOOther Supply Officer
OSOOrganizational Security Officer
OSOOrdnance Supply Office
OSOOxfordshire Schools Orchestra (UK)
OSOOrdnance Safety Observer
OSOObjectives & Strategies Overview
OSOOffice of Signals Operations (US CIA)
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Instead, he and Lars-Ake Nyman of the European Southern Observatory in Santiago, Chile, and the Onsala Space Observatory in Sweden propose that the body consists of two aging stars hidden behind a lane of dust.
Observations from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope and the Atacama Pathfinder Experiment (APEX) telescope in Chile, a collaboration involving the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy in Germany, the Onsala Space Observatory in Sweden, and the European Southern Observatory in Germany, contributed to the findings.