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A Quick Look at Ring Galaxy AM 0644-741
A Quick Look at Ring Galaxy AM 0644-741
Astronomers have used NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory to discover a ring of black holes or neutron stars in a galaxy 300 million light years from Earth. (2018-09-06)
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A Quick Look at Alpha Centauri (06-06-2018)
A new study of Alpha Centauri indicates that any planets orbiting the two brightest stars are likely not being pummeled by large amounts of X-ray radiation from their host stars.

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A Quick Look at the Sagittarius A* Black Hole Swarm (05-09-2018)
Astronomers have found evidence for a new bounty of black holes at the center of the Milky Way.

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A Quick Look at NGC 6231 (05-02-2018)
By studying young clusters, astronomers hope to learn more about how stars -- including our Sun -- are born.

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A Quick Look at the Cold Front in the Perseus Cluster (04-03-2018)
A gigantic and resilient "cold front" hurtling through the Perseus galaxy cluster has been studied using data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory.

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--  Perseus Cluster: Scientists Surprised by Relentless Cosmic Cold Front

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A Quick Look at Black Hole Growth in Chandra Deep Field South (02-16-2018)
Scientists have discovered that supermassive black holes in the centers of galaxies may be growing faster than their host galaxies.

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