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Something massive radiated X-ray energy into space, and NASA saw it happen – BGR

We got it done pretty well here on our little blue ball orbiting a relatively relaxed star, but the room is dark and frightening. In a new article published in The Astrophysical Journal scientists using data from NASA's NICER telescope reveal the discovery of an absolutely massive energy blast discovered about 11,000 light-years from Earth , NICER, a high-tech sensor …

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Photosynthesis seen by fast X-ray pulses in a new light

The diagram shows the basic design of an X-ray free electron laser or XFEL, where brilliant X-rays impinge on crystallized samples and cause diffraction patterns that can be reassembled into detailed images. X-rays damage biomolecules, a problem that has plagued structural determination efforts for decades. However, the X-ray flashes generated by an XFEL are so short – they only last …

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NICER telescope discovers the brightest X-ray ever observed

A telescope mounted on the International Space Station has detected a record-breaking X-ray emanating from lightning on the remains of an exploded star. On August 20, at 10:04 pm EDT (0204 GMT on August 21), NASA's neutron star NICER telescope (Interior Composition Explorer), located on the space station, has a sudden and extreme rise in the sky X-rays detected. According …

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NICER catches record-setting X-ray burst

Illustration depicting a Type I X-ray burst. The explosion first blows off the hydrogen layer, which expands and dissipates. Then rising radiation builds up to the point where it blows off the helium layer, which overtakes the expanding hydrogen. Some of the X-rays emitted in the blast scatter off the accretion disk. The fireball then quickly cools, and the helium …

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How a telescopic tragedy led to this amazing new X-ray

The x-ray above shows one of the neighbors of the Milky Way, the great Magellan-C according to . This image contains fuzzy emissions from gas, intervening stars and distant galactic nuclei, as well as the remains of a supernova discovered for the first time from Earth right in the center, all orbit our galaxy at 158,200 light years away. But …

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German X-ray telescope reaches "first light" – Spaceflight Now

This image shows our neighboring galaxy, the Large Magellanic Cloud, observed in a series of photographs of all seven eROSITA telescope modules from October 18-19, 2019. The diffuse emission comes from the hot gas between the stars with temperatures typically several million degrees. The more compact nebulous structures in the picture are mainly supernova remnants – star atmospheres that were …

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Lady Gaga's reaction to her whole-body X-ray

Lady Gaga has been known for her entertaining and extravagant live performances from the beginning of her career. On Thursday she tried to celebrate a fan evening by dancing with him on stage. The whole ordeal ended with Lady Gaga falling off the stage and X-raying her entire body. Here are the details of this shattering incident. Lady Gaga | …

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GE Healthcare Unit Receives First FDA Approval for AI-Driven X-Ray System

The Food and Drug Administration has released a new artificial intelligence X-ray device that shortens the time it takes to diagnose and treat a collapsed lung from eight hours to just 15 minutes, according to GE Healthcare, the company said Thursday. The device, called Critical Care Suite, uses AI algorithms to scan X-ray images and detect pneumothorax. This deadly condition …

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