SETI bioastro: Where No Telescope Has Gone Before

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From: Larry Klaes (larry.klaes@incent.com)
Date: Thu Jun 07 2001 - 13:55:37 PDT


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NASA Science News for June 7, 2001

Whenever astronomers see the sky for the first time in a new part of the
electromagnetic spectrum, they inevitably spot something they didn't
expect -- from black holes to pulsars to planet-forming disks, there's
always a surprise. Now NASA astronomers have captured the first focused
images of any astronomical object at hard x-ray wavelengths. The
eye-opening advance will finally reveal what the hard x-ray sky looks like
in crisp detail -- and perhaps uncover a new batch of astronomical
wonders.

FULL STORY at

http://science.nasa.gov/headlines/y2001/ast07jun_1.htm?list522292

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