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A Tour of IDCS J1426.5+3508
A Tour of IDCS J1426.5+3508
New X-ray data from Chandra confirmed that IDCS J1426 was indeed enormous, weighing in at a whopping 500 trillion times the mass of our Sun. (2016-01-12)
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Recent discoveries and updates of the Chandra mission in video and audio formats.

NGC 281 in 60 Seconds (09-30-2011)
High-mass stars are important because they are responsible for much of the energy pumped into a galaxy over its lifetime.

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--  Living the High Life
--  Tour of NGC 281

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CoRoT-2A in 60 Seconds (09-13-2011)
In recent years, astronomers have found hundreds of planets orbiting stars other than our Sun.

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--  Star Blasts Planet With X-rays
--  Tour of CoRoT-2A

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Carina Nebula in 60 Seconds (05-24-2011)
Located in the Sagittarius-Carina arm of the Milky Way a mere 7,500 light years from Earth, the Carina Nebula is one of the best places to study how massive stars live and die.

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Rosette Nebula in 60 Seconds (09-17-2010)
This spectacular image shows the Rosette star formation region, which is located about 5,000 light years from Earth.

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--  Tour of Rosette Nebula

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CH Cyg in 60 Seconds (08-20-2010)
Deep within this optical image lies an intriguing system known as CH Cyg. CH Cyg is a binary star system containing a white dwarf that feeds from the wind of a red giant star.

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--  A Close-up View of Codependent Stellar Living
--  Tour of CH Cyg

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