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Space Scoop: Archaeologists of the Universe
Space Scoop: Archaeologists of the Universe
This picture shows the aftermath of a collision between two huge groups of galaxies, which are called galaxy clusters. (2014-08-19)


M82 in 60 Seconds

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Narrator (Megan Watzke, CXC): When seen in visible light from the Hubble Space Telescope, M82 looks like an ordinary spiral galaxy. However, looking at it through the Spitzer Space Telescope in infrared radiation, we see a startlingly different picture with material being blasted from the galaxy’s disk. X-ray data from Chandra reveal scorching gas that has been heated to millions of degrees by this violent outburst. The composite image of all of these different data reveals the true nature of this galaxy.

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