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Podcasts: 2013

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

Space Scoop: The Invisible Universe Exposed (09-03-2013)
Pictures of space are often gorgeous. But one of the most exciting things about them is that, very often, they show us things that are invisible to the human eye.

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Sagittarius A* in 60 Seconds (08-30-2013)
Scientists have long known that the giant black hole at the center of the Milky Way is a particularly poor eater.

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Sagittarius A* in 60 Seconds (08-30-2013)
Scientists have long known that the giant black hole at the center of the Milky Way is a particularly poor eater.

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Space Scoop: Goodness Gracious, Great Ball of Fire! (08-22-2013)
HD 189733 is an enormous gas giant, over 100 times bigger than Earth.

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NGC 1232 in 60 Seconds (08-16-2013)
The hot gas cloud is likely caused by a collision between a dwarf galaxy and a much larger galaxy called NGC 1232.

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