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XRISM satellite launches to study the universe in different colors of X-rays


XRISM satellite launches to study the universe in different colors of X-rays n Sept. 6, a new satellite left Earth; its mission is to tell us about the motions of hot plasma flows in the universe. Launched from Tanegashima Space Center in Japan, the X-Ray Imaging and Spectroscopy Mission (XRISM) satellite will detect X-ray wavelengths with unprecedented precision to peer into the hearts of galaxy clusters, reveal the workings of black holes and supernovae, as well as to tell us about the elemental makeup of the universe.   More



(Source: Phys.org - Sep 11)

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