By Definition
High Definition
Standard Definition
4K UHD
By Length
Full (4-12 min)
Short (1-4 min)
By Date
2019 | 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015
2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010
2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006
By Category
Solar System
Stars
White Dwarfs
Supernovas
Neutron Stars
Black Holes
Milky Way Galaxy
Normal Galaxies
Quasars
Groups of Galaxies
Cosmology/Deep Field
Miscellaneous
HTE
STOP
Space Scoop for Kids!
Chandra Sketches
Light
AstrOlympics
Quick Look
Subscribe
How To
Apple iTunes
RSS Reader
Web Shortcuts
Chandra Blog
RSS Feed
Chronicle
Email Newsletter
News & Noteworthy
Image Use Policy
Questions & Answers
Glossary of Terms
Download Guide
Get Adobe Reader
Recent Podcast
A Quick Look at PSO167-13
A Quick Look at PSO167-13
Found at a time only about 850 million years after the Big Bang, this black hole could help us better understand an important epoch in the history of the Universe. (2019-08-08)
Chandra X-ray Observatory Podcasts (Standard Definition)

Standard Definition

Subscribe and automatically download fresh audio/video content: View content online by clicking the "View Podcast" links below (requires QuickTime 7.0 or other H.264-compliant video viewer. If videos do not play, right click or control click on the link to download the file to your hard drive & then open). Or, subscribe to the podcast using a program such as iTunes or ipodder with the podcast RSS/XML web address (listed below).

- Subscribe by copying this link into your RSS reader

By Length


Video Podcast Listing


A Tour of PSO167-13 (08-08-2019)
Found at a time only about 850 million years after the Big Bang, this black hole could help us better understand an important epoch in the history of the Universe.

- Related Links:
--  Cloaked Black Hole Discovered in Early Universe using NASA's Chandra

XML Podcast banner


First Light: Celebrating 20 Years of Chandra Observatory (07-26-2019)
A scientific and engineering marvel, NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory has spent two decades (so far) exploring the cosmos unlike any other telescope. What it has found will astound you.

- Related Links:
--  Exploring the Extreme: 20 Years of Chandra

XML Podcast banner


A Tour of Chandra Celebrates Its 20th Anniversary (07-23-2019)
To commemorate the 20th anniversary of NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory, an assembly of new images has been released.

- Related Links:
--  NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory Celebrates Its 20th Anniversary

XML Podcast banner


A Tour of Lensed Quasars (07-03-2019)
Astronomers have deployed a new technique to measure the spin of five supermassive black holes.

- Related Links:
--  X-rays Spot Spinning Black Holes Across Cosmic Sea

XML Podcast banner


A Tour of the Coma Cluster (06-18-2019)
Does the Gas in Galaxy Clusters Flow Like Honey? Researchers used a deep Chandra dataset to study how the hot gas in the cluster behaves.

- Related Links:
--  Does the Gas in Galaxy Clusters Flow Like Honey?

XML Podcast banner


A Tour of Mrk 1216 (06-03-2019)
A galaxy that has been isolated for billions of years has been found to have more dark matter in its core than expected.

- Related Links:
--  Heart of Lonesome Galaxy is Brimming with Dark Matter

XML Podcast banner


A Tour of the Fornax Cluster (05-28-2019)
Scientists have found evidence that pairs of stars have been kicked out of their host galaxies.

- Related Links:
--  Chandra Finds Stellar Duos Banished from Galaxies

XML Podcast banner


A Tour of a New Signal for a Neutron Star Collision Discovered (04-16-2019)
A bright blast of X-rays from a source in a distant galaxy has led astronomers to a fascinating discovery.

- Related Links:
--  A New Signal for a Neutron Star Collision Discovered

XML Podcast banner


A Tour of the Galactic Center Visualization (03-21-2019)
A new visualization provides viewers with an immersive, 360-degree, ultra-high-definition view of the center of our Galaxy.

- Related Links:
--  Galactic Center Visualization Delivers Star Power

XML Podcast banner


A Tour of the Teacup (03-14-2019)
Fancy a cup of cosmic tea? This one isn't as calming as the ones on Earth. In a galaxy hosting a structure nicknamed the "Teacup," a galactic storm is raging.

- Related Links:
--  Storm Rages in Cosmic Teacup

XML Podcast banner


More Podcasts >>


Please note: These podcasts include artist illustrations and conceptual animations in addition to astronomical data.