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Our World: Chandra - Exploring the Invisible Universe

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Learn why NASA put the Chandra X-Ray Observatory far away from Earth's atmosphere to capture images of the x-rays given off by objects under certain violent conditions. Scientists use those images to learn about our universe.

Published on: April 09, 2013

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