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Instructions
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Even if it hasn't got any, you can easily add the text you want by clicking the customize button you'll see. It's easy peasy! And you can change options for color / style / size to suit you with just a click!

Thursday, 17 September 2015

Monogram Cassiopeia, Milky Ways Youngest Supernova Throw Pillows

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A monogram throw pillow design recommended to you by the storekeeper artist themselves. Click to try it out for yourself with your initials for the monogram - just type them in...

tagged with: hrplcsh, cassasn, star galaxies, outer space picture, supernova explosion, milky way youngest supernova, neutron star, deep space astronomy, cassiopeia, monogram initials, cosmic ray, supernovae remnant

Galaxies, Stars and Nebulae series This extraordinarily deep Chandra image shows Cassiopeia A (Cas A, for short), the youngest supernova remnant in the Milky Way. New analysis shows that this supernova remnant acts like a relativistic pinball machine by accelerating electrons to enormous energies. The blue, wispy arcs in the image show where the acceleration is taking place in an expanding shock wave generated by the explosion. The red and green regions show material from the destroyed star that has been heated to millions of degrees by the explosion.
Astronomers have used this data to make a map, for the first time, of the acceleration of electrons in a supernova remnant. Their analysis shows that the electrons are being accelerated to almost the maximum theoretical limit in some parts of Cas A. Protons and ions, which make up the bulk of cosmic rays, are expected to be accelerated in a similar way to the electrons. Therefore, this discovery provides strong evidence that supernova remnants are key sites for energizing cosmic rays.
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image code: cassasn

Image credit: NASA/CXC/MIT/UMass Amherst/M.D. Stage et al.

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