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New images of the universe as Chandra observatory celebrates anniversary
by Ashley Strickland, CNN
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25 July 2019
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For 20 years, the Chandra X-ray Observatory has been our X-ray eye in the sky. NASA released new images captured by the space telescope this week to celebrate its two decades in space. The observations gathered over the last two decades have enabled a greater understanding of the universe and a unique perspective. The Chandra X-ray Observatory is in NASA's Great Observatories family. Chandra sees X-rays, while Spitzer detects infrared light, Hubble captures visible and UV light, and Compton was designed for gamma rays.
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