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Video Series: Quick Look

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Quick Look: Feasting Black Holes Caught in Galactic Spiderweb (03-31-2022)
Data from Chandra reveal feasting and growing black holes throughout the cosmic web that surrounds a central galaxy.

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--  Feasting Black Holes Caught in Galactic Spiderweb

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Quick Look: Tiny Star Unleashes Gargantuan Beam of Matter and Antimatter (03-14-2022)
A city-sized collapsed star has generated a beam of matter and antimatter that stretches for trillions of miles.

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--  Tiny Star Unleashes Gargantuan Beam of Matter and Antimatter

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Quick Look: The Unfolding Story of a Kilonova Told in X-rays (02-28-2022)
A city-sized collapsed star has generated a beam of matter and antimatter that stretches for trillions of miles.

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--  GW170817: The Unfolding Story of a Kilonova Told in X-rays

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Quick Look: An Expanse of Light (02-02-2022)
A new gallery of images combining X-ray data from Chandra with those from other telescopes.

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--  Image Gallery: An Expanse of Light

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Quick Look: Visualization Explores A Massive Star's Great Eruption (01-25-2022)
A new astronomical visualization from NASA's Universe of Learning showcases the multiwavelength emissions and 3D structures surrounding Eta Carinae, one of the most massive and eruptive stars in our galaxy.

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--  Eta Carinae: Visualization Explores A Massive Star's Great Eruption

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