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A Tour of NGC 4696
A Tour of NGC 4696
The Centaurus Cluster is a collection of hundreds of galaxies located about 145 million light years from Earth. (2017-04-19)
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A Tour of NGC 4696 (04-19-2017)
The Centaurus Cluster is a collection of hundreds of galaxies located about 145 million light years from Earth.

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--  NGC 4696: The Arrhythmic Beating of a Black Hole Heart

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A Tour of CDF-S Transient XT1 (03-30-2017)
Scientists have discovered a mysterious flash of X-rays using Chandra X-ray Observatory, in the deepest X-ray image ever obtained.

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--  CDF-S Transient: Mysterious Cosmic Explosion Puzzles Astronomers

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A Tour of X9 in 47 Tucanae (03-13-2017)
In astronomy, a binary system is one where two objects are close enough that they orbit each other because they are gravitationally bound to one another.

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--  Star Discovered in Closest Known Orbit Around Likely Black Hole

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A Tour of Supernova 1987A (02-24-2017)
Thirty years ago on February 24, 1987, observers in the southern hemisphere noticed a new object in the Large Magellanic Cloud.

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--  The Dawn of a New Era for Supernova 1987A

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A Tour of XJ1500+0154 (02-06-2017)
Every so often, an object will pass too close to a black hole and be ripped apart by its intense gravitational forces.

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--  Black Hole Meal Sets Record for Length and Size

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Tour of Chandra Deep Field South (01-06-2017)
What happens when astronomers use Chandra to take a long look at the same patch of sky?

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--  Deepest X-ray Image Ever Reveals Black Hole Treasure Trove

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A Tour of Abell 3411 (01-05-2017)
There are many extraordinary things in the Universe. For example, astronomers have found many examples of supermassive black holes erupting in powerful outbursts that can stretch for millions of miles.

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--  Astronomers Discover Powerful Cosmic Double Whammy

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A Tour of NGC 6357 (12-20-2016)
Although there are no seasons in space, this cosmic vista invokes thoughts of a frosty winter landscape.

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--  Cosmic 'Winter' Wonderland

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A Tour of SPT 0346-52 (12-12-2016)
Astronomers have used Chandra X-ray Observatory and other telescopes to show that a very distant galaxy is undergoing an extraordinary boom of stellar construction.

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--  Under Construction: Distant Galaxy Churning Out Stars at Remarkable Rate

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A Tour of Cyg X-3's Little Friend (11-25-2016)
The story of how stars are born and eventually die can be a complicated one.

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--  A Stellar Circle of Life

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