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Space Scoop: Not Your Average Superhero
Space Scoop: Not Your Average Superhero
A black hole is formed when a massive star is squashed into an incredibly tiny volume. (2015-04-02)
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Space Scoop: Not Your Average Superhero (04-02-2015)
A black hole is formed when a massive star is squashed into an incredibly tiny volume.

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--  Not Your Average Superhero

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A Tour of GK Persei (03-20-2015)
In space, explosions of actual stars are a focus for scientists who hope to better understand the lifecycle of their births, lives, and deaths.

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--  "Mini Supernova" Explosion Could Have Big Impact

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Space Scoop: Weather Forecast Predicts Rain Around Black Holes (03-17-2015)
On Earth, precipitation happens when water is heated by the Sun and forms steam. Sometimes, something similar happens in galaxies.

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--  Weather Forecast Predicts Rain Around Black Holes

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A Tour of Abell 2597 (03-06-2015)
Researchers used Chandra to look at some of the largest known galaxies lying in the middle of galaxy clusters.

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--  Chandra Observatory Finds Cosmic Showers Halt Galaxy Growth

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A Tour of NGC 2276 (03-03-2015)
Astronomers found that this intermediate-mass black hole is producing a jet that appears to be squelching the formation of stars around it.

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--  Chandra Finds Intriguing Member of Black Hole Family Tree

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Space Scoop: Megaflares Shed Light On Our Black Hole (02-26-2015)
Supermassive black holes are famous for their ability to swallow anything - even light.

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--  Megaflares Shed Light On Our Black Hole

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Space Scoop: The Most Attractive Stars in the Universe (02-17-2015)
Astronomers think magnetars may be created when some massive stars die in a supernova explosion.

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A Tour of G299.2-2.9 (02-12-2015)
This new Chandra image of G299 shows a beautiful and intricate structure in the expanding remains of the shattered star.

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--  Exploded Star Blooms Like a Cosmic Flower

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A Tour of IYL 2015 (01-26-2015)
To recognize the start of IYL, the Chandra X-ray Center is releasing a collection of images that combine data from telescopes tuned to different wavelengths of light.

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--  Chandra Celebrates The International Year of Light

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Introduction to OpenFITS (01-23-2015)
We would like to step through our new tutorial on creating a multiwavelength composite image of M101 using GIMP.

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--  openFITS - Create Images from Raw Data

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