MOVIES Rendering of the 3D distribution of galaxies in the Hubble UDF, based on the available spectroscopic and photometric redshift information. Dusty galaxies, detected with ALMA as part of ASPECS, are highlighted, and compared with their optical/near-infrared counterparts observed with the Hubble Space Telescope. Credits: STScI, ASPECS Collaboration, Thomas Müller (HdA) The light emitted from the most distant galaxies travels for billions of years before reaching us. Astronomers use this to their advantage in order to sample galaxy properties at different cosmic epochs. This rendering of the Hubble UDF shows how the ASPECS team used ALMA to trace the dust and gas emission in galaxies at various distances to reconstruct the evolution of the gas and dust content of galaxies through cosmic time. Credits: STScI, ASPECS Collaboration, Thomas Müller (HdA) A combination of the first two movies, connecting the 3D distribution of galaxies in the Hubble UDF, their stellar emission (as probed with the Hubble Space Telescope), their dust and gas emission sampled with ALMA by the ASPECS survey, and their contribution to the cosmic history of gas and dust content. Credits: STScI, ASPECS Collaboration, Thomas Müller (HdA) ASPECS co-PI Dr. Chris Carilli presents some of the key results from the survey, as part of the a series of specialist talks organized by NRAO (USA). A German-language outreach talk by ASPECS team member Melanie Kaasinen, reviewing the importance of gas and dust studies in understanding galaxy evolution, and the contribution of ASPECS to this field.