Combining telescope views opens new windows for science
Astronomers using observatories in orbit and on four continents produced these images of particle jets erupting from a supermassive black hole in the galaxy Centaurus A, demonstrating how merging data from multiple sensors is helping science gain unprecedented views of complex phenomena. The upper image is the nearby galaxy in x-ray wavelengths (blue) collected with NASA's orbiting Chandra observatory, microwaves (orange) obtained by an array of nine radio telescopes and visible-light ...
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