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More Images of Abell 1795
1
Wide-field view of Abell 1795
This image of Abell 1795 shows the entire cluster of galaxies and its immediate environment. The bright filament in the center of the cluster a "cooling flow" that is denser and cooler than the surrounding gas.
(Credit: NASA/SAO/CXC)


2
X-ray image with radio contours
An overlay of the 3.6 cm radio emission at 0.37 arcsec resolution on top of a convolved Chandra image.
(Credit: Chandra image credit: (NASA/A. Fabian et al) Radio image credit: (NRAO/AUI/NSF/Ge & Owen))


3
H-alpha/Optical image
An H-alpha+N[II] and optical image of the same region seen in Chandra image of Abell 1795.
(Credit: Institute for Astronomy/L. Cowie et al.)


4
Abell 1795
Jpeg, PS
ASCA X-ray image
ASCA image of Abell 1795 
(Credit: University of Tokyo/H. Xu et al.)

5
Abell 1795
Jpeg, PS
Far-Ultraviolet image
Far UV (wavelength = 152 nanometers) contours from the Ultraviolet Imaging Telescope superimposed over optical Hubble Space Telescope image of Abell 1795.
(Credit: NASA/GSFC/E. Smith et al.)


6
Abell 1795
Jpeg, PS
Optical image
A Hubble Space Telescope image of the large central galaxy in Abell 1795, taken with the Wide-Field Planetary Camera (WFPC.) The image is 18 arcsec on a side.
(Credit: NASA/NMSU/J. Pickney et al.)


7
Chandra X-ray Image with Scale Bar

Scale bar = 10 arcsec
(Credit: NASA/IoA/AC Fabian et al.)


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