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More Images of GRB 010222
1
BeppoSAX image of GRB 010222
These images of the gamma-ray burst, known as GRB010222, reveal one of the brightest bursts ever observed by the Italian Space Agency's BeppoSAX satellite. The exposures for these X-ray images were approximately 22,000 and 24,000 seconds each, and were taken on February 22, 2001.
(Credit: ASI/L.Piro et al.)


2
Chandra X-ray Image with Scale Bar

Scale bar = 1 arcmin
(Credit: NASA/CNR/L.Piro et al.)


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