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Imagine the Universe!

Welcome to Imagine the Universe! This site is intended for students age 14 and up, and for anyone interested in learning about our universe. If you're looking for grade school level astronomy information, please see the StarChild web site. Enjoy your cosmic journey!

News

Black hole devouring a neutron star.

Three Satellites Discover One Elusive Star

An international team of scientists has uncovered a rare type of neutron star so elusive that it took three satellites to identify it. The discovery highlights the complementary nature of European and U.S. satellites to reveal new insights about star birth and death in our galaxy.

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Dr. Jean Cottam

Featured Scientist: Dr. Jennifer Scott

Do you like watching television? It might help you become a scientist some day -- with a lot of work, of course!

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Science

Suzaku

Satellite Showcase: Suzaku

Suzaku is the latest Japanese X-ray observatory that includes instruments developed by NASA. NASA is providing X-ray optics and a revolutionary X-ray Spectrometer that measures the energy of an X-ray by taking its temperature.

Read more.

Or head to the main science page, where you can get information on everything from the basics of light and electromagnetism, to dark matter and black holes. Or if you are a more advanced student, you can head straight to the advanced science page.



Imagine the Universe is a service of the High Energy Astrophysics Science Archive Research Center (HEASARC), Dr. Nicholas White (Director), within the Exploration of the Universe Division (EUD) at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.

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Responsible NASA Official:Phil Newman
All material on this site has been created and updated between 1997-2005.

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