AXAF: An X-Ray Look at the Universe

In 1998, NASA's Advanced X-Ray Astrophysics Facility will be placed in space by shuttle astronauts. AXAF for short, this exciting astronomical tool, like the Hubble Space Telescope will give us a staggering new look at the cosmos. Greg Davidson, AXAF's program manager, explains.

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