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Video Series: Quick Look

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

Quick Look: Astronomers See Stellar Self-Control in Action (11-29-2022)
A study of RCW 36 shows that stars in a cluster can limit how many new stars form when the biggest and brightest members expel most of the gas from the system, thus drastically slowing down star birth.

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--  Astronomers See Stellar Self-Control in Action

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Quick Look: 'Listen' to the Light Echoes From a Black Hole (11-21-2022)
A new sonification turns light echoes from a black hole into sound.

- Related Links:
--  'Listen' to the Light Echoes From a Black Hole

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Quick Look: Hot Jupiters (11-02-2022)
Do some planets cause the star they orbit to act younger than they are?

- Related Links:
--  Planets Can Be Anti-Aging Formula for Stars

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Quick Look: NASA's Chandra Adds X-ray Vision to Webb Images (10-04-2022)
New versions of images combining Webb infrared data with X-rays collected by Chandra underscore how the power of any of these telescopes is only enhanced when joined with others.

- Related Links:
--  NASA's Chandra Adds X-ray Vision to Webb Images

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Quick Look: Setting the Clock on a Stellar Explosion (09-12-2022)
It is often difficult to determine the timeline of the star's demise. By studying the spectacular remains of a supernova using NASA telescopes, a team has found enough clues to help wind back the clock.

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--  Setting the Clock on a Stellar Explosion

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