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A nebula does not explode. A nebula is generally the remains of a supernova explosion.

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Nebula do not explode, they are the result of an explosion.


The star that created the Crab nebula exploded in the year 1054



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It does not exist.There are:Solar NebulaPlanetary NebulaH NebulaSupernova Nebula (Supernova Remnant)Or just plain nebula.


When smaller stars explode (like our Sun), they leave a nebula cloud by releasing their gas and they become a small but dense white dwarf star.When big stars explode (like Betelgeuse), they have a massive explosion called a supernova and the core of the star turns into a black hole or a pulsar.


well it depends on the star. not all stars explode. small to medium sized stars just go into a planetary nebula after they swell up to a red giant then the bigger stars do explode, they have a super nova after the swell up into a super giant. but dont worry i star will not explode... its a really small star. --- nichole brooks :)


Flame Nebula Orion Nebula Eagle Nebula Omega Nebula Horsehead Nebula Eskimo Nebula Hourglass Nebula Pelican Nebula Helix Nebula (Eye of God) The list goes on. If you want to learn more I suggest checking out the NASA website or even looking up "nebula" on wikipedia where the have a list of the more notable nebula's.


Triffid Nebula, Eagle Nebula, Cat's Eye nebula


The Crab Nebula is a supernova remnant and pulsar wind nebula.


A solar nebula is related to the formation of our Solar System, any other nebula is just a nebula.


The largest known nebula is Tarantula Nebula


its a possibility that she explode and dust left behind goes to the nebula and is recreated the life cycle of spica starts all over again.


The Stingray Nebula (Hen 3-1357) is a planetary nebula. (The youngest known).


Both are the same except the solar nebula is the nebula that formed our solar system.


"The Crab" is a nebula.


The location of the nebula is in many places because the nebula exists in different constellations. A nebula is a cloud of interstellar dust.


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A cloud in outer space consisting of gas or dust and planetry nebula is one of the types also called ring nebula or A planetary nebula is an emission nebula consisting of a glowing shell of gas



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