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Quick Look: Colossal Collisions Linked to Solar System Science (06-07-2022)
A new study shows a deep connection between some of the largest, most energetic events in the Universe and much smaller, weaker ones powered by our own Sun.

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--  Colossal Collisions Linked to Solar System Science

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Quick Look: Sagittarius A* (05-12-2022)
As the Event Horizon Telescope was collecting data for its remarkable new image of the Milky Way's supermassive black hole, a legion of other telescopes, including Chandra, was also watching.

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--  Sagittarius A*: NASA Telescopes Support Event Horizon Telescope in Studying Milky Way's Black Hole

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Quick Look: Black Hole Sonification Remix (05-04-2022)
Two new sonifications of black holes released by NASA.

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--  New NASA Black Hole Sonifications with a Remix

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Quick Look: Black Holes Raze Thousands of Stars to Fuel Growth (04-20-2022)
A new survey of over 100 galaxies by NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory has uncovered signs that black holes are demolishing thousands of stars in a quest to pack on weight.

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--  Black Holes Raze Thousands of Stars to Fuel Growth

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Quick Look: Feasting Black Holes Caught in Galactic Spiderweb (03-31-2022)
Data from Chandra reveal feasting and growing black holes throughout the cosmic web that surrounds a central galaxy.

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--  Feasting Black Holes Caught in Galactic Spiderweb

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