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More Images of G292.0+1.8
1
G292.0+1.8 with arrow
This Chandra image of G292.0+1.8 contains an arrow marking the location of the suspected pulsar at the center of the supernova remnant.
(Credit: NASA/CXC/Rutgers/J.Hughes et al.)
Scale: Image is 9 arcmin per side.

2
G292.0+1.8 with alternate color scheme
This version of the Chandra image features a linear scale of color selection.
(Credit: NASA/Rutgers/J. Hughes et al.)
Scale: Image is 9 arcmin per side.

3
"Hard Band" X-ray Image of G292.0+1.8
This image shows only the higher-energy X-rays that clearly reveal the pulsar wind nebula surrounding the compact central source within the supernova remnant.
(Credit: NASA/Rutgers/J.Hughes et al.)
Scale: Image is 9 arcmin per side.

4
Chandra Image of Pulsar Wind Nebula in G292.0+1.8
The diffuse emission in this image of the pulsar wind nebula in G292.0+1.8 has been adaptively smoothed. The contours are plotted at various levels of X-rays detected.
(Credit: NASA/Rutgers/J.Hughes et al.)
Scale: Image is 3 arcmin per side.

5
Pulsar Wind Nebula in G292.0+1.8 and Crab Nebula
This side-by-side view allows for easy comparison between the pulsar wind nebula in G292.0+1.8 and the Crab Nebula, both as observed by Chandra. These two images are roughly on the same scale.
(Credit: G292.0+1.8: NASA/Rutgers/J.Hughes et al., Crab: NASA/CXC/SAO)
Scale: G292.0+1.8 is 3 arcmin per side. Crab Nebula is 2.5 arcmin per side.

6
Chandra X-ray Image with Scale Bar
Scale bar = 2 arcmin
Credit: NASA/CXC/Rutgers/J.Hughes et al.


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