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Podcasts: 2021

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

Tour: Astronomers Spy Quartet of Cavities From Giant Black Holes (12-16-2021)
Scientists have found four enormous cavities, or bubbles, at the center of a galaxy cluster using NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory.

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Quick Look: Astronomers Spy Quartet of Cavities From Giant Black Holes (12-16-2021)
Scientists have found four enormous cavities, or bubbles, at the center of a galaxy cluster using NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory.

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--  Astronomers Spy Quartet of Cavities From Giant Black Holes

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Tour: Planetary Nebula: Misnamed but Not Misunderstood (12-06-2021)
A new collection of planetary nebulas containing X-rays from Chandra and optical light from Hubble.

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Quick Look: Planetary Nebula: Misnamed but Not Misunderstood (12-06-2021)
A new collection of planetary nebulas containing X-rays from Chandra and optical light from Hubble.

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--  Planetary Nebula: Misnamed But Not Misunderstood

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Quick Look: Roasted and Shredded by a Stellar Sidekick (11-22-2021)
New data suggest a white dwarf is blasting a companion object, either a low-mass star or planet, with waves of heat and radiation while pulling it apart through gravitational force.

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--  KPD 0005+5106: Roasted and Shredded by a Stellar Sidekick

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