November 17th, 1999
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November 14th, 2012
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April 13th, 2000
The remnant of an exploded star in the Large Magellanic Cloud.
September 1st, 1999
A supernova remnant and pulsar in the constellation of Taurus.
September 28th, 1999
A cluster of galaxies in the constellation Hydra.
December 9th, 1999
A supermassive star and nebula that is one of the brightest infrared sources in the sky.
October 8th, 1999
This illustration demonstrates the possible different points-of-view from which astronomers observe quasars with X-ray satellites.
May 29th, 2001
Cluster of young stars in the Orion Nebula.
January 14th, 2000
Centaurus A (NGC 5128) is a radio galaxy in the constellation Centaurus; 10 million light years from Earth.
October 25th, 1999
The remnant of a star that exploded about 300 years ago in the constellation Cassiopeia.
August 26th, 1999
A supernova remnant in the constellation Cassiopeia.
December 21st, 1999
Our nearest neighbor spiral galaxy at a distance of two million light years.
A luminous quasar in the constellation Mensa.
A large galaxy in the center of a cluster of galaxies located in the constellation Bootes.
November 16th, 1999
White dwarf and companion star resolved.
September 26th, 2000
X-ray,optical,radio composite image of a supernova remnant.
April 10th, 2000
A supernova remnant in the constellation Tucana.
A pulsar and supernova remnant in the Large Magellanic Cloud.
September 20th, 1999
The nearest starburst galaxy at a distance of 11 million light years from Earth.
A cluster of galaxies in the constellation Corona Borealis.
March 1st, 2000
A quasar over 3 billion light years from Earth.
November 6th, 2000
A supernova detected in a spiral galaxy 25 million light years from Earth.
December 14th, 1999
Elements mapped in Cas A SNR.
June 27th, 2000
A cluster of galaxies with a prominent 'cooling flow'.
December 4th, 2000
This artist's conception depicts the two closely orbiting stars of 44i Bootis.
November 21st, 2001
Supperbubbles and black holes in colliding galaxies.
August 16th, 2000
Features revealed in the core of the galaxy cluster.
June 1st, 2000
The innermost 10 light years at the center of our galaxy.
X-ray spectrum of the central region of the galaxy NGC 5548.
February 17th, 2000
X-ray flare from a brown dwarf.
July 11th, 2000
An active galaxy producing a jet of high-energy particles, which is creating a giant bubble in intergalactic space.
A supernova remnant with a newly discovered neutron star 5,000 light years from Earth.
December 11th, 2000
Newly discovered powerful X-ray source in a distant galaxy.
April 3rd, 2000
X-ray jet extends from active galaxy toward hot spot.
June 6th, 2000
O-star in the Orion constellation.
October 18th, 2000
Chandra Image of Deep Field in Canes Venatici
January 13th, 2000
Scattering halo of Cygnus X-3 provides new way to measure distance.
April 25th, 2000
A spiral galaxy about 25 million light years from Earth.
July 19th, 2001
Hot bubble imaged in planetary nebula.
The remains of a supernova about 7,500 light years from Earth.
September 6th, 2002
X-ray image of large gas cloud near a black hole.
June 5th, 2000
X-ray image of a young supernova shock wave.
January 17th, 2000
The remnant of a supernova in the constellation Cassiopeia.
September 6th, 2001
Chandra and Hubble Space Telescope images of two recently detected emitting globular star clusters.
(Left) An image of a strong X-ray source. (Right) The optical image of the spiral galaxy where the X-ray source is located.
March 20th, 2000
A young, oxygen-rich supernova remnant with a pulsar at its center surrounded by outflowing material.
October 22nd, 2001