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A Tour of Cases of Black Hole Mistaken Identity
A Tour of Cases of Black Hole Mistaken Identity
Astronomers have discovered one type of growing supermassive black hole masquerading as another. (2020-07-15)
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Recent discoveries and updates of the Chandra mission in video and audio formats.

A Quick Look at X-rays From a Newborn Star Hint at Our Sun's Earliest Days (06-18-2020)
By detecting an X-ray flare from a very young star using NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory, researchers have reset the timeline for when stars like the Sun start blasting high-energy radiation into space.

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A Quick Look at the Galactic Center Visualization (03-21-2019)
A new visualization provides viewers with an immersive, 360-degree, ultra-high-definition view of the center of our Galaxy.

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A Tour of the Galactic Center Visualization (03-21-2019)
A new visualization provides viewers with an immersive, 360-degree, ultra-high-definition view of the center of our Galaxy.

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A Quick Look at NGC 3079 Superbubbles (02-28-2019)
The galaxy NGC 3079, located about 67 million light years from Earth, contains two "superbubbles" unlike anything here on our planet.

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--  NGC 3079: Galactic Bubbles Play Cosmic Pinball with Energetic Particles

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A Tour of NGC 3079 Superbubbles (02-28-2019)
The galaxy NGC 3079, located about 67 million light years from Earth, contains two /"superbubbles/" unlike anything here on our planet.

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--  NGC 3079: Galactic Bubbles Play Cosmic Pinball with Energetic Particles

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