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Multiwavelength Astronomy

presents images of our own galaxy and sun, other galaxies and stars, and other heavenly bodies as viewed from different portions (or frequencies) of the electromagnetic spectrum. (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)

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'X-rays from the Cat's Eye,' Credits: NASA / X-ray: Y. Chu (UIUC) et al., Optical: J. P. Harrington, K. J. Borkowski (UMD), Composite: Z. Levay (STScI)

X-rays from the Cat's Eye

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