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Chandra's Sweet Sixteen
This year, NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory celebrates its own "sweet 16." (2015-07-28)
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Recent discoveries and updates of the Chandra mission in video and audio formats.

Aesthetics and Astronomy (12-10-2010)
Every year, hundreds of astronomical images are released to the general public by the many telescopes on the ground and in space.


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A Tour of GOODS (10-14-2010)
The most powerful telescopes on the ground and in space have joined forces over the last decade in a unique observing campaign, known as GOODS, which reaches across the spectrum and deep back into cosmic time.


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Best of The Beautiful Universe (12-28-2009)
In its first decade of exploration, Chandra has expanded our view of the universe with its unrivaled ability to create high-resolution X-ray images of cosmic phenomena.

- Related Links:
--  Deep Impact - Chandra Top Ten (Plus One) in Ten
--  Chandra's First Decade of Discovery

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Chandra's Extraordinary Universe (12-21-2009)
In ten years of operation, the Chandra X-ray Observatory has transformed our view of the high-energy universe.

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--  Animations & Video: Introductory Trailer to Chandra
--  Chandra's First Decade of Discovery

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Introductory Trailer to Chandra (08-10-2009)
In Florence, Italy, in the year 1609, the world changed. Using a small telescope, Galileo proved that the Earth is not distinct from the universe, but part of it. And he showed that there is much more to the universe than we see with the naked eye.

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--  Animations & Video: Introductory Trailer to Chandra
--  Chandra's First Decade of Discovery

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