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A Quick Look at a Black Hole Outburst Caught on Video
A Quick Look at a Black Hole Outburst Caught on Video
Astronomers have caught a black hole hurling hot material into space at close to the speed of light. (2020-05-29)
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A Quick Look at a Black Hole Outburst Caught on Video (05-29-2020)
Astronomers have caught a black hole hurling hot material into space at close to the speed of light.

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A Tour of a Black Hole Outburst Caught on Video (05-29-2020)
Astronomers have caught a black hole hurling hot material into space at close to the speed of light.

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A Tour of Bending the Bridge Between Two Galaxy Clusters (05-11-2020)
Several hundred million years ago, two galaxy clusters collided and then passed through each other. This mighty event released a flood of hot gas from each galaxy cluster that formed an unusual bridge between the two objects.

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A Quick Look at Bending the Bridge Between Two Galaxy Clusters (05-11-2020)
Several hundred million years ago, two galaxy clusters collided and then passed through each other. This mighty event released a flood of hot gas from each galaxy cluster that formed an unusual bridge between the two objects.

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A Quick Look at a Star Survives Close Call with a Black Hole (04-23-2020)
Astronomers may have discovered a new kind of survival story: a star that had a brush with a giant black hole and lived to tell the tale through exclamations of X-rays.

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A Tour of a Star Survives Close Call with a Black Hole (04-23-2020)
Astronomers may have discovered a new kind of survival story: a star that had a brush with a giant black hole and lived to tell the tale through exclamations of X-rays.

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A Tour of the Universe's Expansion May Not Be The Same In All Directions (04-08-2020)
One of the fundamental ideas of cosmology is that everything looks the same in all directions if you look over large enough distances. A new study using data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory and ESA's XMM-Newton is challenging that basic notion.

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A Quick Look at the Universe's Expansion May Not Be The Same In All Directions (04-08-2020)
One of the fundamental ideas of cosmology is that everything looks the same in all directions if you look over large enough distances. A new study using data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory and ESA's XMM-Newton is challenging that basic notion.

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A Quick Look at Chandra Data Tests "Theory of Everything" (03-19-2020)
Astronomers using NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory have made one of the first experimental tests of string theory, a set of models intended to tie together all known forces, particles, and interactions.

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A Tour of Chandra Data Tests "Theory of Everything" (03-19-2020)
Astronomers using NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory have made one of the first experimental tests of string theory, a set of models intended to tie together all known forces, particles, and interactions.

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