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Pillars of Erosion
Pillars of Erosion
Erosion is what happens when some sort of force wears down an object. (2014-04-08)
Podcasts: 2012

Recent discoveries and updates of the Chandra mission in video and audio formats.

NGC 4342 and NGC 4291 in 60 Seconds (06-13-2012)
Astronomers think that just about every galaxy has a giant black hole at its center.

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--  Black Hole Growth Found to be Out of Synch
--  Tour of NGC 4342 and NGC 4291

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CID-42 in 60 Seconds (06-04-2012)
At the center of a galaxy some 4 billion light years from Earth, something extraordinary is happening. This galaxy, known as CID-42, contains a giant black hole.

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--  Giant Black Hole Kicked Out of Home Galaxy
--  Tour of CID-42

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SN 2010jl in 60 Seconds (05-17-2012)
Why are some supernovas much more powerful than others? Astronomers are still trying to figure that out, but one new discovery may help answer the question.

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--  A Supernova Cocoon Breakthrough
--  Tour of SN 2010jl

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M83 in 60 Seconds (05-02-2012)
Since the 1980s, astronomers have known about a mysterious class of objects that they call "ultraluminous X-ray sources," or ULXs.

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--  A Remarkable Outburst from an Old Black Hole
--  Tour of M83

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Musket Ball Cluster in 60 Seconds (04-16-2012)
Using a combination of powerful observatories in space and on the ground, astronomers have discovered a violent collision between two galaxy clusters.

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--  Discovery of the Musket Ball Cluster
--  Tour of DLSCL J0916.2+2951

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