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A Tour of X9 in 47 Tucanae
A Tour of X9 in 47 Tucanae
In astronomy, a binary system is one where two objects are close enough that they orbit each other because they are gravitationally bound to one another. (2017-03-13)
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Recent discoveries and updates of the Chandra mission in video and audio formats.

A Tour of X9 in 47 Tucanae (03-13-2017)
In astronomy, a binary system is one where two objects are close enough that they orbit each other because they are gravitationally bound to one another.

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--  Star Discovered in Closest Known Orbit Around Likely Black Hole

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A Quick Look at X9 in 47 Tucanae (03-13-2017)
The closest orbit between a star and a black hole ever seen has been discovered.

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--  Star Discovered in Closest Known Orbit Around Likely Black Hole

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A Tour of Supernova 1987A (02-24-2017)
Thirty years ago on February 24, 1987, observers in the southern hemisphere noticed a new object in the Large Magellanic Cloud.

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--  The Dawn of a New Era for Supernova 1987A

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A Quick Look at Supernova 1987A (02-24-2017)
SN 1987A was the brightest supernova seen in over 400 years and relatively close, allowing for detailed studies by many telescopes.

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--  The Dawn of a New Era for Supernova 1987A

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A Tour of XJ1500+0154 (02-06-2017)
Every so often, an object will pass too close to a black hole and be ripped apart by its intense gravitational forces.

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--  Black Hole Meal Sets Record for Length and Size

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