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Tour of Phoenix Cluster
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This galaxy cluster, which was found about 5.7 billion light years from Earth, shattered several important astronomical records. (2015-10-01)
Podcasts: Neutron Stars/X-ray Binaries

Recent discoveries and updates of the Chandra mission in video and audio formats.

PSR J0357+3205 in 60 Seconds (07-13-2011)
A spinning neutron star is tied to a mysterious tail, or is it? Astronomers using NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory have found a long, X-ray bright tail streaming away from the pulsar known as PSR J0357.

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--  A Pulsar and its Mysterious Tail
--  Tour of PSR J0357+3205

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GRS 1915+105 in 60 Seconds (01-29-2011)
GRS 1915+105, or GRS 1915 for short, is a special system. Not only does it contain a black hole some 14 times more massive than the Sun in orbit with a companion star, it also has a heartbeat.

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--  Taking the Pulse of a Black Hole System
--  A Tour of GRS 1915+105

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G327.1-1.1 in 60 Seconds (10-08-2010)
G327.1-1.1 is the aftermath of a massive star that exploded as a supernova in the Milky Way galaxy.

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--  Pushing the Envelope
--  Tour of G327.1-1.1

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G54.1+0.3 in 60 Seconds (04-26-2010)
Data from the Chandra X-ray Observatory and the Spitzer Space Telescope were combined to create this image of the dusty remains of a collapsed star.

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--  Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust
--  Tour of G54.1+0.3

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The Crab Nebula in 60 Seconds (03-31-2008)
In 1054 A.D., a star's death in the constellation Taurus was observed on Earth. Now, almost a thousand years later, a superdense neutron star left behind by the explosion is spewing out a blizzard of extremely high-energy particles into the expanding debris field known as the Crab Nebula.

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--  Featured Image Tours
--  Crab Nebula

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