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Space Scoop: The Space Olympics

02/27/14
Most stars are like long-distance marathon runners, as they are constantly moving in space throughout their lifetimes.

A Tour of IGR J11014-6103

02/27/14
This object is a pulsar, the spinning dense core that remains after a massive star has exploded and collapsed.

Space Scoop: Super-Sized Space Spider!

02/26/14
Astronomers had to combine observations made with two space telescopes to create this photo.

A New Look at an Old Friend

02/26/14
This galaxy, at a distance of about 12 million light years from Earth, contains a gargantuan jet blasting away from a central supermassive ...

The 2014 National Science Olympiad Astronomy Event Part 6

02/24/14
The 2014 National Science Olympiad Astronomy Event focuses on Stellar Evolution and Variable Stars.

30 Doradus in 60 Seconds

02/04/14
Chandra's X-ray image of the Tarantula Nebula gives scientists a close-up view of the drama of star formation and star evolution.

The Bigger They Are, The Harder They Fall

02/03/14
When you look at the night sky, stars look like permanent fixtures of light. However, stars are born, live for a period of time, and then ...

I Can See Your Halo

02/03/14
Light from the nearest star outside our solar system has to travel through empty black space for 4.2 years before it reaches our eyes.

Space Scoop: A Flare for the Dramatic

02/03/14
Magnetars are some of the most extreme objects known in the Universe. These stars were given their name because they are very strong ...

Tour of AM CVn

02/03/14
In the middle of the twentieth century, an unusual star was spotted in the constellation of Canes Venatici.

2013: A Year with the Chandra X-ray Observatory

02/03/14
The Chandra images included in this brief 2013 retrospective are drawn from dozens of images posted to the Chandra web site in the past ...

Space Scoop: The Big Explosion No One Saw

02/03/14
About once or twice every 100 years, a gigantic nuclear bomb detonates in our Galaxy.