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Tour of RCW 103 (09-12-2016)
When stars have more than about 8 times as much mass as the Sun, they end their lives in a spectacular explosion called a supernova.

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A Tour of CL J1001 (08-31-2016)
Galaxy clusters are incredibly important objects in the Universe since they are the largest objects in the Universe held together by gravity.

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The AstrOlympics Project: PRESSURE (08-26-2016)
In science, pressure is defined as the amount of force over a given area. This means you can have the same amount of force over two different areas and end up with different results.

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The AstrOlympics Project: MASS (08-24-2016)
The range of mass in our everyday lives and what we can appreciate in sporting events like the Olympics is just the tip of the proverbial iceberg - especially once we allow our minds to consider the wonders of space

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The AstrOlympics: Time (08-22-2016)
Time and our ability to measure it accurately is also key for many frontiers of science, including astrophysics.

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