Plasma-Spewing Quasar / Artist Illustration
       
     
Neutron Star Merger / Artist Illustration
       
     
Cutaway View of the Universe / Artist Illustration
       
     
Supermassive Black Hole / Artist Illustration
       
     
The Epoch of Reionization / Artist Illustration
       
     
Binary System with Three Giant Planets / Artist Illustration
       
     
Planet X / Artist Illustration
       
     
A Young Star / Artist Illustration
       
     
Plasma-Spewing Quasar / Artist Illustration
       
     
Plasma-Spewing Quasar / Artist Illustration

< Client > Carnegie Institution for Science

< Caption > An artist’s conception of a radio jet spewing out fast-moving material from the newly discovered quasar.

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Neutron Star Merger / Artist Illustration
       
     
Neutron Star Merger / Artist Illustration

< Client > Carnegie Institution for Science

< Caption > Artist’s concept of the explosive collision of two neutron stars.

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Cutaway View of the Universe / Artist Illustration
       
     
Cutaway View of the Universe / Artist Illustration

< Client > Carnegie Institution for Science

< Caption > This artist impression shows a cutaway view of the parts of the Universe that SDSS-V will study. SDSS-V will study millions of stars to create a map of the entire Milky Way. Farther out, the survey will get the most detailed view yet of the largest nearby galaxies like Andromeda in the Northern hemisphere and the Large Magellanic Cloud in the Southern hemisphere. Even farther out, the survey will measure quasars, bright points of light powered by matter falling into giant black holes.

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Supermassive Black Hole / Artist Illustration
       
     
Supermassive Black Hole / Artist Illustration

< Client > Carnegie Institution for Science

< Caption > Artist’s conception of the most-distant supermassive black hole ever discovered, which is part of a quasar from just 690 million years after the Big Bang. It is surrounded by neutral hydrogen, indicating that it is from the period called the epoch of reionization, when the universe's first light sources turned on.

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The Epoch of Reionization / Artist Illustration
       
     
The Epoch of Reionization / Artist Illustration

< Client > Carnegie Institution for Science

< Caption > Artist’s conceptions of the most-distant supermassive black hole ever discovered, which is part of a quasar from just 690 million years after the Big Bang. It is surrounded by neutral hydrogen, indicating that it is from the period called the epoch of reionization, when the universe's first light sources turned on.

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Binary System with Three Giant Planets / Artist Illustration
       
     
Binary System with Three Giant Planets / Artist Illustration

< Client > Carnegie Institution for Science

< Caption > A conception of the binary system with three giant planets discovered in this study. One star hosts two planets and the other hosts the third. The system represents the smallest-separation binary in which both stars host planets that have ever been observed.

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Planet X / Artist Illustration
       
     
Planet X / Artist Illustration

< Client > Carnegie Institution for Science

< Caption > Caption: An artist’s conception of Planet X.

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A Young Star / Artist Illustration
       
     
A Young Star / Artist Illustration

< Client > Carnegie Institution for Science

< Caption > An artist conception of a young star surrounded by a primordial rotating disk of gas and dust.

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