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  1. Centaurus A - YouTube

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    Just weeks after NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory began operations in 1999, the telescope pointed at Centaurus A (Cen A, for short). This galaxy, at a distance of about 12 million light years from ...

  2. Centaurus A in 60 Seconds (HIGH DEFINITION) - YouTube

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    There is nothing subtle about the black hole in the galaxy Centaurus A. First off, it's about 10 million times more massive than the sun, and Chandra's X-ray image shows it's not just sitting ...

    • Gargantuan Black Hole's 'Blow-Torch' Revealed In Fantastic New Detail | Video
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    • Gargantuan Black Hole's 'Blow-Torch' Revealed In Fantastic New Detail | Video
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    • Centaurus A
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    • Black Hole Shoots Huge Jet Out of Galaxy | NASA Space Science HD
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    • Gargantuan Black Hole's 'Blow-Torch' Revealed in Fantastic New Detail - HD
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    • Centaurus A in 60 Seconds (HIGH DEFINITION)
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    • Centaurus A and SN 1006
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  3. Important Features Of Centaurus A (2008) - YouTube

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    This short movie highlights some of the important features of the Chandra X-ray Observatory image of Centaurus A. The entire Chandra image is shown, followed by a zoom into the center of the ...

  4. Centaurus A in 60 Seconds - YouTube

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    There is nothing subtle about the black hole in the galaxy Centaurus A. First off, it's about 10 million times more massive than the sun, and Chandra's X-ray image shows it's not just sitting ...

  5. Centaurus A and SN 1006 - YouTube

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  6. A new Chandra image of Centaurus A, famous for its gargantuan jet, has been released. The data in this image were taken from Chandra's archive and are equivalent to over 9 and half days of observations. In this image, red, green, and blue show low, medium, and high-energy X-rays.

  7. Chandra :: Photo Album :: NGC 5128 :: October 19, 2016

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    These two objects were both found in elliptical galaxies, NGC 5128 (also known as Centaurus A) shown here and NGC 4636. In this Chandra X-ray Observatory image of NGC 5128, low, medium, and high-energy X-rays are colored red, green, and blue, and the location of the flaring source is outlined in the box to the lower left.

  8. A dramatic new Chandra image of the nearby galaxy Centaurus A provides one of the best views to date of the effects of an active supermassive black hole. Opposing jets of high-energy particles can be seen extending to the outer reaches of the galaxy, and numerous smaller black holes in binary star systems are also visible.

  9. This image of Centaurus A shows a spectacular new view of a supermassive black hole's power. Jets and lobes powered by the central black hole in this nearby galaxy are shown by submillimeter data (colored orange) from the Atacama Pathfinder Experiment (APEX) telescope in Chile and X-ray data (colored blue) from the Chandra X-ray Observatory.

  10. Centaurus A - Wikipedia

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    The following year, Centaurus A was identified as a source of cosmic rays of highest energies, after years of observations by Pierre Auger Observatory. In 2016 a review of data from Chandra and XMM-Newton, unusual high flares of energy were found in NGC 5128 and the galaxy NGC 4636.