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Education Collaborations: Passport to Knowledge

Items of Interest
Black Hole Illustration For information about the rebroadcast of the Passport to Knowledge programs "Live From a Black Hole" and "Live from the Edge of Space & Time" featuring Chandra discoveries and interviews with Chandra scientists, check the monthly NASA Education TV schedule.
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Live from a Black Hole

Live from the Edge of Space & Time
Host Kurt Williams interviews Roger Brissenden, manager of the Chandra X-ray Center to update viewers on the status of the spacecraft. (Credit: CXC)

Live from a Black Hole

Live from the Edge of Space & Time
Behind the scenes at the Operations Control Center in Cambrige, MA prior to taping Live from the Edge of Space & Time. (Credit: CXC)

Live from a Black Hole

Live from the Edge of Space & Time
Host Kurt Williams, Chandra researcher Kathryn Flanagan & Chris Clearfield (a member of the team winners of last year's Siemens-Westinghouse Science and Technology Competition) discuss show details with the camera crew. (Credit: CXC)

Live from a Black Hole

Live from the Edge of Space & Time
In the TST room at the Operations Control Center, astrophysicist Steve Murray, host Kurt Williams and technical support member Peter Fellini finish preparations for the show. (Credit: CXC)

Live from a Black Hole

Live from the Edge of Space & Time
HEAD Associate Director Steve Murray and CXC Director Harvey Tananbaum discuss options with Geoff Haines-Stiles, project director for Passport to Knowledge in the control room, with members from the Flight Team in the foreground. (Credit: CXC)