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Tour of Abell 1033
Tour of Abell 1033
Understanding how clusters grow is critical to tracking how the Universe itself evolves over time. (2015-08-27)
Podcasts: Normal Stars & Star Clusters

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

A Tour of NGC 1333 (07-07-2015)
While fireworks only last a short time here on Earth, a bundle of cosmic sparklers in a nearby cluster of stars will be going off for a very long time.

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--  Stellar Sparklers That Last

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A Tour of NGC 6388 (04-22-2015)
Chandra's excellent X-ray vision enabled the astronomers to determine that the X-rays from NGC 6388 were not coming from a black hole at the center of the cluster.

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--  White Dwarf May Have Shredded Passing Planet

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Chandra's Archives Come to Life (10-22-2014)
Every year, NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory looks at hundreds of objects throughout space to help expand our understanding of the Universe.

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--  Chandra's Archives Come to Life

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Tour of WASP-18 (09-18-2014)
A new study using data from Chandra X-ray Observatory has shown that a planet is making the star that it orbits act much older than it actually is.

- Related Links:
--  Chandra X-ray Observatory Finds Planet That Makes Star Act Deceptively Old

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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.

- Related Links:
--  Our Neighboring Superstars

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