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

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

A Tour of Perseus (06-25-2014)
A team of astronomers has used Chandra X-ray Observatory and XMM-Newton to study a large group of galaxy clusters with a surprising result.

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--  Mysterious X-ray Signal Intrigues Astronomers

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Coma Cluster in 60 Seconds (09-27-2013)
Galaxy clusters are the largest structures in the Universe held together by gravity.

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--  Clues to the Growth of the Colossus in Coma

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PKS 0745 in 60 Seconds (12-18-2012)
Some of the biggest black holes in the Universe may actually be even bigger than previously thought.

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--  From Super to Ultra: Just How Big Can Black Holes Get?
--  Tour of PKS 0745

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Phoenix Cluster in 60 Seconds (08-15-2012)
Astronomers have found an extraordinary galaxy cluster -- one of the largest objects in the Universe -- that is breaking several important cosmic records.

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--  Phoenix Cluster Sets Record Pace at Forming Stars

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Musket Ball Cluster in 60 Seconds (04-16-2012)
Using a combination of powerful observatories in space and on the ground, astronomers have discovered a violent collision between two galaxy clusters.

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--  Discovery of the Musket Ball Cluster
--  Tour of DLSCL J0916.2+2951

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