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Welcome to our archive of past news articles. You will find previous articles listed below from most the recent back to our first articles in 1996.

Imagine the News! - 2013

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21 Nov 2013
On April 27, a blast of light from a dying star in a distant galaxy became the focus of astronomers around the world. The explosion, known as a gamma-ray burst and designated GRB 130427A, tops the charts as one of the brightest ever seen.
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30 Oct 2013
Most of the universe's heavy elements, including the iron central to life itself, formed early in cosmic history and spread throughout the universe, according to a new study of the Perseus Galaxy Cluster using Japan's Suzaku satellite.
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21 Aug 2013
During its five-year primary mission, NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope has given astronomers an increasingly detailed portrait of the universe's most extraordinary phenomena, from giant black holes in the hearts of distant galaxies to thunderstorms on Earth.
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11 June 2013
Astronomers at NASA and Pennsylvania State University have used NASA's Swift satellite to create the most detailed composite images in ultraviolet light ever of the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds, the two closest major galaxies.
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09 April 2013
While performing an extensive X-ray survey of our galaxy's central regions, NASA's Swift satellite has uncovered the previously unknown remains of a shattered star. The new object, named G306.3-0.9, ranks among the youngest-known supernova remnants in our Milky Way galaxy.
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27 February 2013
NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope orbits our planet every 95 minutes, building up increasingly deeper views of the universe with every circuit. Its wide-eyed Large Area Telescope (LAT) sweeps across the entire sky every three hours, capturing the highest-energy form of light -- gamma rays -- from sources across the universe. These range from supermassive black holes billions of light-years away to intriguing objects in our own galaxy, such as X-ray binaries, supernova remnants and pulsars.
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