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A Tour of a Positive Feedback Black Hole
A Tour of a Positive Feedback Black Hole
Astronomers have uncovered a black hole that may have sparked the birth of stars over a phenomenal distance of more than a million light years and across multiple galaxies. (2019-11-26)
Podcasts: 2018

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

A Quick Look at Archival Images (12-17-2018)
A collection of images including Chandra data that range in object type and distance.

- Related Links:
--  Chandra Image Collection (Archives 2018)

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A Tour of Archival Images (12-17-2018)
A collection of images including Chandra data that range in object type and distance.

- Related Links:
--  Chandra Image Collection (Archives 2018)

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A Quick Look at Abell 1033 (11-15-2018)
Hidden in a distant galaxy cluster collision are wisps of gas resembling the starship Enterprise, an iconic spaceship from the "Star Trek" franchise.

- Related Links:
--  To Boldly Go into Colliding Galaxy Clusters

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A Tour of Abell 1033 (11-15-2018)
Hidden in a distant galaxy cluster collision are wisps of gas resembling the starship Enterprise, an iconic spaceship from the "Star Trek" franchise.

- Related Links:
--  To Boldly Go into Colliding Galaxy Clusters

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A Quick Look at Kes 75 (10-18-2018)
Scientists have confirmed the identity of the youngest known pulsar in the Milky Way galaxy. This result could provide astronomers new information about how some stars end their lives.

- Related Links:
--  Kes 75: Milky Way's Youngest Pulsar Exposes Secrets of Star's Demise

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