A young star cluster 5,000 light years from Earth in the constellation Sagittarius.
August 14th, 2003
A galaxy cluster in the constellation Serpens.
September 13th, 2002
This artist's conception depicts a huge cloud of hot gas 800 million light years from Earth.
July 31st, 2002
Arp 220 gives new insight into what happens when two galaxies the size of the Milky Way collide.
April 19th, 2002
Arp 270 shows two galaxies about 90 million light years from Earth in the early stage of a merger.
May 7th, 2002
Observations of a region of the Galactic Center have found an X-ray filament and cloud about 40 light years across.
January 9th, 2002
A closely aligned pair of quasars about 11 billion light years from Earth in the constellation Pisces.
March 13th, 2002
An active galaxy approximately 50 million light years from Earth.
July 9th, 2003
Supernova remnant N63A, located in the nearby galaxy of the Large Magellanic Cloud.
December 19th, 2003
This image of Sgr A* was made from the longest X-ray exposure of that region to date.
January 6th, 2003
A quasar 13 billion light years from Earth.
March 28th, 2002
NGC 1700 may be the result of a merger of two smaller galaxies.
December 18th, 2002
A hot gas cloud in a star cluster about 180,000 light years from Earth located in the Small Magellanic Cloud.
February 12th, 2003
This remarkable image gave scientists their first look at X-rays from Mars.
November 7th, 2002
This Chandra image revealed a diffuse cloud of X-rays enveloping the star cluster.
A binary star system consisting of a black hole and a normal star located in the Milky Way Galaxy about 17,000 light years from Earth.
October 3rd, 2002
A supernova remnant in the Small Magellanic Cloud, a galaxy about 190,000 light years from Earth.
May 26th, 2003
A compact group of galaxies about 280 million light years from Earth.
May 8th, 2003
Galaxy cluster Abell 2029 is approximately one billion light years from Earth.
June 11th, 2003
Young star system in the TW Hydrae Association about 180 light years from Earth.
A spiral galaxy 12 million light years from Earth in the constellation Hydra.
January 22nd, 2003
Long-exposure image of the giant elliptical galaxy M87.
May 10th, 2004
Telltale X-rays from iron may reveal if black holes are spinning or not.
September 17th, 2003
A powerful jet in an active galaxy located about 11 million light years from Earth.
April 23rd, 2003
A quasar about 11 billion light years from Earth.
July 6th, 2004
A 53-hour Chandra observation of the central region of the Perseus galaxy cluster.
September 1st, 2003
The remains of a supernova explosion that destroyed a white dwarf star.
March 12th, 2003
The quasar GB1508+5714 reveals a jet of high-energy particles.
November 17th, 2003
A Gamma-Ray Burst about 8,600,000 light years from Earth.
March 24th, 2003
Image of M86 shows gas being swept out of the galaxy to form a long tail more than 200,000 light years in length.
October 1st, 2003
The Chandra Deep Fields cover two separate regions in the North and South.
June 19th, 2003
A spiral galaxy about 55 million light years from Earth.
February 19th, 2003
Observations of the bright portion of the Moon detected X-rays.
September 16th, 2003
This composite image reveals dramatic details of a portion of the Crescent Nebula.
October 14th, 2003
A galaxy cluster 1 billion light years away.
May 18th, 2004
Elliptical galaxy NGC 4261 reveals dozens of black holes and neutron stars.
December 8th, 2003
Two galaxies in the Virgo galaxy cluster that are more than 100,000 light years apart.
September 3rd, 2003
Two globular clusters about a hundred light years in diameter.
July 30th, 2003
A galaxy in the constellation of Virgo.
October 29th, 2004
A supernova remnant 10,000 light years from Earth.
December 14th, 2004
A jet of high-energy particles associated with the Vela pulsar about 1000 light years from Earth.
June 30th, 2003
A red dwarf star 4 light years from the Sun.
November 9th, 2004
The remnant of a supernova 10,000 light years from Earth.
August 23rd, 2004
A massive galaxy cluster about 3 billion light years from Earth.
August 13th, 2004
A brown dwarf orbiting a young binary star.
April 14th, 2003
A dense young star cluster about 26,000 light years from Earth.
July 28th, 2004
A star cluster in the direction of the Galactic Center.
December 23rd, 2004
This montage of Chandra images shows a pair of interacting galaxies known as The Antennae.
January 7th, 2004
A galaxy being ripped apart as it races at 4.5 million miles per hour.
January 6th, 2004
A gamma ray burst 1.3 billion light years from Earth.
August 4th, 2004
An X-ray bright giant star 95 light years from Earth.
December 30th, 2004
A 130 light year region in the center of the Milky Way.
June 13th, 2004
A nearby galaxy cluster about 65 million light years from Earth.
September 8th, 2004
A massive star explosion 160,000 light years away.
April 20th, 2004
Supermassive black hole in a young galaxy billions of light years from Earth.
June 1st, 2004
A barrel-shaped supernova remnant about 35,000 light years from Earth.
June 2nd, 2004
A quasar seen as it was 12.7 billion light years ago.
December 11th, 2022
A millisecond pulsar in the globular cluster 47 Tucanae
July 19th, 2005
The remains of a supernova first seen in 1604.
December 10th, 2006
A gamma-ray burst located in a spiral galaxy 2 billion light years from Earth.
October 5th, 2005