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A Tour of Puppis A (09-15-2014)
The destructive results of a powerful supernova explosion are seen in a delicate tapestry of X-ray light in this new image.

Space Scoop: The Butterfly Hunter (09-05-2014)
Astronomers using Chandra X-ray Observatory have set out on a hunt, to look at as many planetary nebulae as they can.

A Tour of Eta Carinae (08-27-2014)
New Chandra data are helping astronomers better understand how the two stars in Eta Carinae interact with one another through powerful winds blowing off their surfaces.

Space Scoop: Supernova Blast Provides Clues to Age of Binary Star System (08-21-2014)
A new study of an X-ray binary called Circinus X-1 found that it is less than 4,600 years old.

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

A Tour of M82 SN2014J (08-15-2014)
Earlier this year, astronomers discovered one of the closest supernovas in decades.

Chandra X-ray Observatory Celebrates 15th Anniversary (08-08-2014)
To celebrate the 15th anniversary of Chandra X-ray Observatory, we have released four new images of supernova remnants.

Space Scoop: X-ray Vision Reveals the Insides of Stars (07-25-2014)
Each of these four fabulous photographs shows the remains of an exploded star - called a supernova remnant.

A Tour of The Big, Bad & Beautiful Universe with Chandra (07-22-2014)
In fifteen years of operation, the Chandra X-ray Observatory has given us a view of the universe that is largely hidden from telescopes sensitive only to visible light.

A Tour of M106 (07-02-2014)
NGC 4258, also known as Messier 106, is a spiral galaxy like the Milky Way. This galaxy is famous, however, for something that our Galaxy doesn't have - two extra spiral arms that glow in X-ray, optical, and radio light.