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http://www.nasa.gov/The Chandra News Release Archive contains the latest news, photos, media advisories and features, organized by date and year. The Chandra News Web site is managed by Marshall Space Flight Center Public Affairs Office.


Chandra X-ray view of Earth’s polar region, shown on a simulated image of the Earth. 12.29.05:
Chandra Looks Back at the Earth



Chandra X-ray image of the Perseus galaxy cluster 12.01.05: Chandra Proves Black Hole Influence Is Far Reaching


Chandra and optical image of the Supernova Remnants DEM L316. 11.17.05: Chandra Reveals Cat-shaped Image of Exploded Stars


Chandra X-ray image of the star cluster Westerlund 1 11.02.05: Neutron Star Discovered Where a Black Hole Was Expected


Chandra X-ray image of the Milky Way galaxy, centered around the super-massive black hole, Sagittarius A*. 10.13.05: Stars Form Surprisingly Close to Milky Way's Black Hole


Chandra image of Tycho’s supernova remnant 09.22.05: Tycho's Remnant Provides Shocking Evidence for Cosmic Rays


Artist concept of Chandra X-ray Observatory 08.22.05: Chandra Observatory Marks Six Years; Live Satellite Interviews Available


Chandra and Hubble images of Supernova 1987A. 08.18.05: Supernova 1987A: Fast Forward To The Past


Illustration of neon abundance in stars. 07.27.05: NASA's Chandra Neon Discovery Solves Solar Paradox


Chandra image of the globular star cluster 47 Tucanae. 07.20.05: Chandra Finds Link to Origin of Millisecond Pulsars


Chandra data implies that J0806 is a binary star system with two white dwarf stars orbiting each other. 05.31.05: NASA Sees Orbiting Stars Flooding Space With Gravitational Waves


Images taken Jan. 20, 2004, from NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory indicate that Saturn may act as a mirror, reflecting explosive activity from the Sun. Chandra captured the image at left just before a medium-sized flare occurred on the Sun. The image at right coincided with the solar flare and represents the first observation of an X-ray flare reflected from Saturn’s low-latitudes. 05.25.05: NASA's Chandra Finds Saturn Reflects X-Rays from Sun


Chandra image of the Orion Nebula Cluster 05.10.05: NASA's Chandra Observatory Catches X-Ray Super-Flares


X-ray image of a pair of interacting stars 04.28.05: X-rays Signal Presence of Elusive Intermediate-Mass Black Hole


Era of galaxy and black hole growth spurt discovered 04.06.05 Era of Galaxy and Black Hole Growth Spurt Discovered


M74: X-rays signal presence of elusive intermediate-mass black hole 03.22.05 X-rays Signal Presence of Elusive Intermediate-Mass Black Hole


Chandra probes high-voltage auroras on Jupiter. 03.02.05 Chandra Probes High-Voltage Auroras on Jupiter


Lockman Hole: Weight limits for big black holes 02.16.05 Weight Limits for Biggest Black Holes Confirmed


Chandra finds missing matter 02.02.05 Lost and Found: X-Ray Telescope Locates Missing Matter


Chandra finds swarm of black holes 01.10.05: Chandra finds Evidence for Swarm of Black Holes Near the Galactic Center


Chandra discovers most powerful eruption in Universe. 01.05.05: Most Powerful Eruption in the Universe Discovered