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Uranus emits X-rays

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In a new study, astronomers have for the first time detected X-rays emitted from Uranus with the help of the Chandra X-ray Observatory.

According to News i, NASA recently posted a picture on its Instagram account and wrote: Uranus is emitting X-rays.

The seventh planet close to the sun and its rings appear to scatter the sun’s X-rays to produce this ray.

But why is this so important? The answer to this question is that determining the X-ray sources of Uranus can help astronomers better understand how X-rays propagate from alien objects in space, such as growing black holes and neutron stars.

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