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A Tour of Eta Carinae
A Tour of Eta Carinae
New Chandra data are helping astronomers better understand how the two stars in Eta Carinae interact with one another through powerful winds blowing off their surfaces. (2014-08-27)
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Space Scoop: The Space Olympics (02-27-2014)
Most stars are like long-distance marathon runners, as they are constantly moving in space throughout their lifetimes.

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Space Scoop: I Can See Your Halo (02-03-2014)
Light from the nearest star outside our solar system has to travel through empty black space for 4.2 years before it reaches our eyes.

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Space Scoop: A Flare for the Dramatic (01-27-2014)
Magnetars are some of the most extreme objects known in the Universe. These stars were given their name because they are very strong magnets.

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Space Scoop: The Big Explosion No One Saw (12-19-2013)
About once or twice every 100 years, a gigantic nuclear bomb detonates in our Galaxy.

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Space Scoop: Beautiful But Deadly (12-13-2013)
It seems that there is a twist in nature: the more beautiful something is, the more deadly it also might be.

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