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When the outburst dies down the winds return to normal and the X-rays fade. The video can also be viewed on smartphones using the YouTube app. Moving the phone around reveals a different portion of the movie, mimicking the effect in the VR goggles. Finally, most browsers on a computer also allow degree videos to be shown on YouTube.
To look around, either click and drag the video, or click the direction pad in the corner. The Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory in Cambridge, Massachusetts, controls Chandra's science and flight operations. Images by Date. Image Use Policy.
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A new visualization provides viewers with an immersive, degree, ultra-high-definition view of the center of our Galaxy. This movie is a "sequel" to a visualization of the Galactic Center released in January This new version provides more details of what Chandra sees in X-rays in the region around the Galaxy's supermassive black hole. Viewers can see the effects of winds blowing off dozens of massive giant stars in this crowded galactic environment. The Basics What is it? How Far Away is it? How is it Made? How Big is it? Where is it Located?
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