Macs J0025.4-1222 in 60 Seconds Plus
Two galaxy clusters, each a quadrillion times the mass of the Sun, collided to form the system formally known as Macs J0025.4-1222.
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Cat's Eye Nebula in 60 Seconds Plus
This composite of data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory and the Hubble Space Telescope is another look for NGC 6543, better known as the Cat's Eye nebula.
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Perseus A in 60 Seconds
The giant galaxy, Perseus A, which is also known as NGC 1275, is a well-known source of strong radio radiation.
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In 1995 or 1996 a supernova exploded in a nearby galaxy, but no one on Earth knew it at the time.
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M87 in 60 Seconds
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G292.01+8 in 60 Seconds
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Abell 85 in 60 Seconds
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Crab Nebula in 60 Seconds
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NGC 604 in 60 Seconds
NGC 604 is a divided neighborhood in the galaxy M33, where some 200 hot, young massive stars reside.
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PSR B1509-58 in 60 Seconds
A small dense object is responsible for the remarkably complex and intriguing structures seen in this image from the Chandra X-ray Observatory.
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Chandra's X-ray image of the Tarantula Nebula gives scientists a close-up view of the drama of star formation and star evolution.
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NGC 4194 is a galaxy that is found about 110 million light years from Earth.
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MacsJ0717 in 60 Seconds
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Galactic Ridge in 60 Seconds
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GRS 1915 in 60 Seconds
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Stephan's Quintet in 60 Seconds
This beautiful image gives a new look at Stephan's Quintet, a compact group of galaxies discovered about 130 years ago and located about 280 million light years from Earth.
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