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A Quick Look at IC 10
A Quick Look at IC 10
IC 10 is a starburst galaxy that has many new stars forming within it. (2017-08-10)
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A Quick Look at IC 10 (08-10-2017)
IC 10 is a starburst galaxy that has many new stars forming within it.

- Related Links:
--  IC 10: A Starburst Galaxy with the Prospect of Gravitational Waves

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A Tour of IC 10 (08-10-2017)
IC 10 is a starburst galaxy that has many new stars forming within it.

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--  IC 10: A Starburst Galaxy with the Prospect of Gravitational Waves

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A Quick Look at W51 (07-12-2017)
Because of its relative proximity, the giant molecular cloud W51 provides astronomers with an excellent opportunity to study how stars are forming in our Milky Way galaxy.

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--  W51: Chandra Peers into a Nurturing Cloud

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A Tour of W51 (07-12-2017)
Because of its relative proximity, the giant molecular cloud W51 provides astronomers with an excellent opportunity to study how stars are forming in our Milky Way galaxy.

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--  W51: Chandra Peers into a Nurturing Cloud

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A Tour of Arp 299 (06-26-2017)
What would happen if you took two galaxies and mixed them together over millions of years?

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--  Arp 299: Galactic Goulash
--  'A Quick Look' version of this podcast

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A Quick Look at Arp 299 (06-26-2017)
Arp 299 is a system where two galaxies are in the process of merging.

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--  Arp 299: Galactic Goulash

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A Tour of R Aquarii (06-07-2017)
In biology, "symbiosis" refers to two organisms that live close to and interact with one another. Astronomers have long studied a class of stars – called symbiotic stars – that co-exist in a similar way.

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--  R Aquarii: Watching a Volatile Stellar Relationship
--  'A Quick Look' version of this podcast

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A Quick Look at R Aquarii (06-07-2017)
R Aquraii is an unusual star system located about 710 light years from Earth.

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--  R Aquarii: Watching a Volatile Stellar Relationship

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A Tour of Faint Active Nuclei in Chandra Deep Field South (06-02-2017)
Astronomers have determined the Big Bang occurred about 13.8 billion years ago and have evidence from the SDSS that supermassive black holes with masses of about a billion times that of the sun existed by about 12.8 billion years ago.

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--  Early Black Holes May Have Grown in Fits and Spurts
--  'A Quick Look' version of this podcast

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A Quick Look at Faint Active Nuclei in Chandra Deep Field South (06-02-2017)
Scientists would like to learn about the earliest supermassive black holes in the Universe.

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--  Chandra Deep Field South : Early Black Holes May Have Grown in Fits and Spurts

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