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A Quick Look at the Teacup
A Quick Look at the Teacup
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. (2019-03-14)
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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.

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--  Storm Rages in Cosmic Teacup

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A Tour of NGC 3079 Superbubbles (02-28-2019)
The galaxy NGC 3079, located about 67 million light years from Earth, contains two "superbubbles" unlike anything here on our planet.

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--  NGC 3079: Galactic Bubbles Play Cosmic Pinball with Energetic Particles

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A Tour of Where is the Universe Hiding its Missing Mass? (02-14-2019)
Astronomers have used Chandra to possibly identify the location of a third of the normal matter in the Universe created in the first billion years or so after the Big Bang.

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--  Where is the Universe Hiding its Missing Mass?

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A Tour of the Dark Energy Quasar Survey (01-29-2019)
Dark energy, a proposed force or energy that permeates all space and accelerates the Universe's expansion, may vary over time.

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--  Astronomers Find Dark Energy May Vary Over Time

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A Tour of Cygnus A (01-10-2019)
A ricocheting jet blasting from a giant black hole has been captured by NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory.

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--  Cygnus A: Ricocheting Black Hole Jet Discovered by Chandra

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A Tour of ASASSN14-li (01-09-2019)
A tidal disruption event in a galaxy about 290 million light years from Earth.

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--  Shredded Star Leads to Important Black Hole Discovery

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A Tour of Abell 1033 (11-15-2018)
Hidden in a distant galaxy cluster collision are wisps of gas resembling the starship Enterprise, an iconic spaceship from the "Star Trek" franchise.

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--  To Boldly Go into Colliding Galaxy Clusters

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A Tour of Kes 75 (10-18-2018)
Scientists have confirmed the identity of the youngest known pulsar in the Milky Way galaxy. This result could provide astronomers new information about how some stars end their lives.

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--  Kes 75: Milky Way's Youngest Pulsar Exposes Secrets of Star's Demise

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A Tour of GRB 150101B (10-16-2018)
A distant cosmic relative to the first source that astronomers detected in both gravitational waves and light may have been discovered.

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--  All in the Family: Kin of Gravitational-Wave Source Discovered

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A Tour of Abell 2142 (09-27-2018)
Astronomers have used data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory to make heads and tails of a fascinating galactic system.

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--  Making Head or Tail of a Galactic Landscape

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