|Launched On||Since Launch||Now Observing||RA||Dec|
|June 13, 2012||1,532 Days||Circinus_ULX5||14h 12m 39.0s||-65° 23′ 34.0″|
Observation • Jan 5, 2016
NuSTAR's view of Andromeda shows high-energy X-rays coming mostly from X-ray binaries, which are pairs of stars in which one "dead" member feeds off its companion.
Science Video • Oct 8, 2014
This animation shows a neutron star -- the core of a star that exploded in a massive supernova. This particular neutron star is known as a pulsar because it sends out ...