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A Quick Look at Jupiter's Auroras
A Quick Look at Jupiter's Auroras
A new study using Chandra and XMM-Newton data reveals that the auroras at Jupiter’s poles behave independently. (2017-11-07)
Podcasts: 2010

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

SDSS J1254+0846 in 60 Seconds (04-09-2010)
Two quasars have been caught in the act of merging, thanks to this new image.

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--  Quasar Pair Captured in Galaxy Collision
--  Tour of SDSS J1254+0846

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NGC 1068 in 60 Seconds (03-24-2010)
This image shows one of the nearest and brightest galaxies to the Milky Way that contains a rapidly growing supermassive black hole known as NGC 1068.

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--  Winds of Change: How Black Holes May Shape Galaxies
--  Tour of NGC 1068

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ESO 137 in 60 Seconds (03-10-2010)
Two spectacular tails of X-ray emission have been seen trailing behind a galaxy known as ESO 137.

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--  Two Tails to Tell
--  Tour of ESO 137

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M31 in 60 Seconds (02-22-2010)
This image of M31 represents a study of six elliptical galaxies that Chandra made to determine what causes an important type of supernova.

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--  NASA's Chandra Reveals Origin of Key Cosmic Explosions
--  Tour of M31

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NGC 1399 in 60 Seconds (02-04-2010)
Evidence from Chandra X-ray Observatory and the Magellan telescopes in Chile suggest that a star has been torn apart by an intermediate-mass black hole.

- Related Links:
--  Massive Black Hole Implicated in Stellar Destruction
--  Tour of NGC 1399

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