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Lost in this fully glimpled NASA telescope view of the Milky Way
NASA's Chandra X-Ray Observatory marks 20 years since Columbus Space Shuttle released it in space on July 23, 1999. The Agency published a series of magnificent new images of Chandra to celebrate X-ray emissions, which makes it ideal for watching hot things like stars and galactic clutches. The unique vision of the telescope generates colorful images that highlight the turbulent processes occurring in the stars. Researchers often combine Chandra's view with that of other telescopes, including Hubble.
All new images are viewers, but the view of Chandra of Sagittarius A *, the supermassive black hole in the center of our Milky Way galaxy, is a real eye. -opener.