trained their hard X-ray nanoprobe at Picasso's painting 'The Red Armchair,' completed in 1931, which they borrowed from the Art Institute of Chicago.
What does HXR stand for?
HXR stands for Hard X-Ray
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With its unprecedented spatial and spectral resolution to the previously poorly explored hard X-ray region of the electromagnetic spectrum, NuSTAR will open a new window on the universe and will provide complementary data to NASA's larger missions, including Fermi, Chandra, Hubble and Spitzer," Paul Hertz, NASA's Astrophysics Division director, said.
The topography station, which was home to the only dedicated monochromatic topography instrument of its kind in the country, also included experimental facilities for hard x-ray microscopy (2) and parallel beam x-ray microradiography.
Now, scientists report the highest-resolution scanning X-ray image ever made with hard X-rays.
With its unprecedented spatial and spectral resolution to the previously poorly explored hard X-ray region of the electromagnetic spectrum, NuSTAR will open a new window on the universe and will provide complementary data to NASA's larger missions including Fermi, Chandra, Hubble and Spitzer," he said.