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A Tour of NGC 1333
A Tour of NGC 1333
While fireworks only last a short time here on Earth, a bundle of cosmic sparklers in a nearby cluster of stars will be going off for a very long time. (2015-07-07)
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Space Scoop: Not Your Average Superhero (04-02-2015)
A black hole is formed when a massive star is squashed into an incredibly tiny volume.

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Space Scoop: Weather Forecast Predicts Rain Around Black Holes (03-17-2015)
On Earth, precipitation happens when water is heated by the Sun and forms steam. Sometimes, something similar happens in galaxies.

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Space Scoop: Megaflares Shed Light On Our Black Hole (02-26-2015)
Supermassive black holes are famous for their ability to swallow anything - even light.

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Space Scoop: The Most Attractive Stars in the Universe (02-17-2015)
Astronomers think magnetars may be created when some massive stars die in a supernova explosion.

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Space Scoop: Breaking Free From a Cosmic Cocoon (12-02-2014)
The shock wave from the supernova is absorbed by the star's outer shells of gas and dust, which escaped from the star before the explosion.

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