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A Tour of SDSS J103842.59+484917.7
A Tour of SDSS J103842.59+484917.7
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. (2015-11-24)
Podcasts: Supernovas & Supernova Remnants

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

Kepler Supernova Remnant in 60 Seconds (03-20-2013)
Over 400 years ago, Johannes Kepler and many others witnessed the appearance of a new "star" in the sky.

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--  Tour of Kepler's Supernova Remnant

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W49B in 60 Seconds (02-14-2013)
The supernova remnant known as W49B is, let's say, a bit unorthodox looking. Many supernova remnants appear rather spherical in shape.

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--  Rare Explosion May Have Created Our Galaxy's Youngest Black Hole
--  Tour of W49B

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Learn About Supernovas (01-03-2013)
Supernovas are some of the most dramatic events in the cosmos. These titanic events send shockwaves rumbling through space and create giant bubbles of gas that have been superheated to millions of degrees.

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--  Learn About Supernovas & Supernova Remnants

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IGR J11014-6103 in 60 Seconds (06-28-2012)
A pulsar found racing away from a supernova remnant about 30,000 light years from Earth.

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--  Has the Speediest Pulsar Been Found?

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SN 2010jl in 60 Seconds (05-17-2012)
Why are some supernovas much more powerful than others? Astronomers are still trying to figure that out, but one new discovery may help answer the question.

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--  A Supernova Cocoon Breakthrough
--  Tour of SN 2010jl

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