NASA launched NuSTAR in 2012 on a two year mission to look for the high-energy regions of the universe. The telescope's findings will help scientists better comprehend galaxy formation, black hole growth and other celestial phenomena, Space.com noted. Earlier this year the NuSTAR captured a beautiful image of a star explosion 11,000 light-years away.
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