We've spent a lot of time lately talking about the past 10 years. This has been for an excellent reason, of course: the observatory and the scientists that use it have just done so many great things.

But we don't want to spend too much energy looking back, because there are so many exciting things are still very much in front of us. We recently sat down with some of the best and brightest scientists who are using Chandra and will take the science into its next decade of discovery. We'll share some of those conversations with you here. We hope you sense, like we do, that the best may yet to come.

The first of these conversations is with Carles Badenes. A former Chandra Fellow and a native of Spain, Carles is doing some really interesting work on supernovas and their remnants. You can find out more about Carles at his home page or you can just click on the video below and listen to the man himself.



Carnival of Space

-Megan Watzke, CXC

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