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A Tour of M82X-2
A Tour of M82X-2
Ultraluminous X-ray Sources, or ULXs, are unusual objects. They are rare and, as their name implies, give off enormous amounts of X-rays. (2014-10-08)
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Recent discoveries and updates of the Chandra mission in video and audio formats.

HD 189733 in 60 Seconds (07-29-2013)
NASA's Chandra Sees Eclipsing Planet in X-rays for First Time

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NGC 602 in 60 Seconds (04-03-2013)
The Small Magellanic Cloud - also known as the SMC - is one of the closest galaxies to the Milky Way.

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DEM L50 in 60 Seconds (02-01-2013)
DEM L50 is what astronomers call a superbubble. These objects are found in regions where massive stars have formed, raced through their evolution, and exploded as supernovas.

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Cygnus OB2 in 60 Seconds (11-15-2012)
The Milky Way and other galaxies in the universe are home to many star clusters and associations that each contain hundreds to thousands of hot, massive, young stars.

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NGC 1929 in 60 Seconds (08-30-2012)
The star cluster known as NGC 1929 is embedded in a cloud of gas and dust, which astronomers call the N44 nebula.

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