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A Quick Look at a Black Hole Outburst Caught on Video
A Quick Look at a Black Hole Outburst Caught on Video
Astronomers have caught a black hole hurling hot material into space at close to the speed of light. (2020-05-29)
Podcasts: 2013

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

Space Scoop: A Study in Supernovas (11-22-2013)
Astronomers have to be good at solving puzzles by piecing together clues and evidence.

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Space Scoop: A Colossal Cosmic Crash (11-14-2013)
In this picture, a galactic collision is taking place between the grand spiral galaxy and the tiny dwarf galaxy that you can see to its left.

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Space Scoop: Growth of the Coma Colossus (11-04-2013)
This picture shows the very large, very distant and very gassy Coma Cluster.

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Chandra Archive 2013 in 60 Seconds (10-31-2013)
The Chandra Data Archive plays a central role in the mission by enabling the astronomical community access to data collected by the observatory.

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Space Scoop: Did Somebody Call the Ghostbusters? (10-17-2013)
This spooky new image shows a massive star in its afterlife. You could say it's a 'ghost star'.

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