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Video Series: Neutron Stars/X-ray Binaries

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

Quick Look: Tiny Star Unleashes Gargantuan Beam of Matter and Antimatter (03-14-2022)
A city-sized collapsed star has generated a beam of matter and antimatter that stretches for trillions of miles.

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Tour: Tiny Star Unleashes Gargantuan Beam of Matter and Antimatter (03-14-2022)
A city-sized collapsed star has generated a beam of matter and antimatter that stretches for trillions of miles.

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--  Tiny Star Unleashes Gargantuan Beam of Matter and Antimatter

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Quick Look: The Unfolding Story of a Kilonova Told in X-rays (02-28-2022)
A city-sized collapsed star has generated a beam of matter and antimatter that stretches for trillions of miles.

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--  GW170817: The Unfolding Story of a Kilonova Told in X-rays

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Tour: The Unfolding Story of a Kilonova Told in X-rays (02-28-2022)
A city-sized collapsed star has generated a beam of matter and antimatter that stretches for trillions of miles.

- Related Links:
--  GW170817: The Unfolding Story of a Kilonova Told in X-rays

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Quick Look: Chandra Discoveries in 3D Available on New Platform (05-20-2021)
A collection of 3D computer models and prints is now available on a new platform from the Smithsonian Institution. This will provide greater access to these resources for libraries, museums, scientists, and the public.

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--  Chandra Discoveries in 3D Available on New Platform

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