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A Tour of SDSS J103842.59+484917.7 (11-24-2015)
One hundred years ago this month, Albert Einstein published his theory of general relativity, one of the most important scientific achievements in the last century.

A Tour of Delta Orionis (11-16-2015)
Modern astronomers know that Delta Orionis is not simply one single star, but rather it is a complex multiple star system.

Space Scoop: The Teeny Tiny Planet Destroyer (10-29-2015)
Astronomers have recently discovered evidence that a planet may have been destroyed in our very own Galaxy.

A Tour of ASASSN-14li (10-23-2015)
When something, like a star or a planet, wanders too close to a black hole, it is usually not good news for that object.

Light Beyond the Bulb: Bent Light in Space (10-13-2015)
One of the most interesting characteristics of light is that the path that it travels can bend.

Banking X-ray Data for the Future (10-09-2015)
Chandra X-ray Observatory has collected data for over sixteen years on thousands of different objects throughout the Universe.

Tour of Phoenix Cluster (10-01-2015)
This galaxy cluster, which was found about 5.7 billion light years from Earth, shattered several important astronomical records.

Tour of Sgr A* (09-28-2015)
At the heart of the Milky Way galaxy, there is a supermassive black hole that has the mass equivalent of some four million Suns.

Chandra Sketches: Highlights of Light (09-24-2015)
Light comes in different forms. The light that we see with our eyes is just a fraction of all light.

Chandra Sketches: Our Connection With Light (09-11-2015)
We rely on light - both natural and artificial - to brighten and power our world, but also for so much more.