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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)
Podcasts: Milky Way Galaxy

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

Sgr A jet in 60 Seconds (12-05-2013)
Jets of high-energy particles are found throughout the Universe on large and small scales.

- Related Links:
--  New Evidence For A Jet From Milky Way's Black Hole

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Learn About the Milky Way (11-01-2012)
The word galaxy comes from the Greek word meaning "milky circle" or the more familiar Milky Way.

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--  Learn About the Milky Way

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Sgr A* in 60 Seconds (02-09-2012)
Over several years, astronomers have noticed flares in X-ray light from the black hole at the center of the Milky Way.

- Related Links:
--  NASA's Chandra Finds Milky Way's Black Hole May be Grazing on Asteroids
--  Tour of Sagittarius A*

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Sagittarius A* in 60 Seconds (01-21-2010)
Astronomers have long known that the supermassive black hole at the center of our Milky Way galaxy is a particularly poor eater.

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--  Peering Into The Heart of Darkness

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Multiwavelength Galactic Center in 60 Seconds (11-23-2009)
This never-before-seen view of the turbulent heart of our Milky Way combines a near-infrared view from Hubble, an infrared image from Spitzer, and X-ray data from Chandra.

- Related Links:
--  NASAs Great Observatories Examine the Galactic Center Region

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