New satellite will beam back wild X-rays from huge objects in space | Space


We’ll soon get sharper vision on cosmic X-rays.

A new satellite aims to study huge objects in the universe, using instruments able to measure the heat of a single X-ray photon. The X-ray Imaging and Spectroscopy Mission (XRISM — pronounced “crism”) will analyze X-rays using the widest field-of-view instrument ever implemented in this kind of imaging probe. 

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