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Video Series: Cosmology/Deep Fields/X-ray Background

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

A Quick Look at Cases of Black Hole Mistaken Identity (07-15-2020)
Astronomers have discovered one type of growing supermassive black hole masquerading as another.

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--  Cases of Black Hole Mistaken Identity

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A Tour of Cases of Black Hole Mistaken Identity (07-15-2020)
Astronomers have discovered one type of growing supermassive black hole masquerading as another.

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--  Cases of Black Hole Mistaken Identity

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A Quick Look at the Universe's Expansion May Not Be The Same In All Directions (04-08-2020)
One of the fundamental ideas of cosmology is that everything looks the same in all directions if you look over large enough distances. A new study using data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory and ESA's XMM-Newton is challenging that basic notion.

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--  Universe's Expansion May Not Be The Same In All Directions

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A Tour of the Universe's Expansion May Not Be The Same In All Directions (04-08-2020)
One of the fundamental ideas of cosmology is that everything looks the same in all directions if you look over large enough distances. A new study using data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory and ESA's XMM-Newton is challenging that basic notion.

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--  Universe's Expansion May Not Be The Same In All Directions

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A Tour of a Collision Between Four Galaxy Clusters in Abell 1758 (10-24-2019)
When two pairs of galaxy clusters collide, the result is not four separate objects, but one giant galaxy cluster.

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--  Chandra Spots a Mega-Cluster of Galaxies in the Making

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