The Crab Nebula is too far away for its energy to have any impact on Earth.
The crab nebula is estimated to be about 6,300 light year away.
Depending on your version of Google Earth. Go View --> Switch to sky --> search for Crab Nebula or M1
The Crab Nebula is a nebula.
The Crab Nebula is within our own Milky Way Galaxy, but at a distance of about 6500 light years from Earth.
The Crab Nebula is a supernova remnant and pulsar wind nebula.
The Crab Nebula is within the Milky Way galaxy, but about 2000 parsecs away from Earth, or about 6300 light years. It is still expanding from the initial supernova (observed in 1054 AD) and is currently about 11 light-years in diameter.
The Crab Nebula was first observed in 1731.
The Trifid Nebula is about 5,200 light years away from Earth.
"The Crab" is a nebula.
The distance from Earth is about 6,500 light years (2000 parsecs).
At the centre of the Crab Nebula is the neutron star - Crab pulsar.
The crab nebula.
The crab nebula was formed by a supernova that was first seen in 1054.
The Crab Nebula or SN1054 is still visible with telescopes.
Highly unlikely. At the centre of the crab nebula there is a neutron star.
The star that created the Crab nebula exploded in the year 1054
The crab nebula is the debris formed in the supernova explosion.
The crab, after the crab nebula.
The Crab Nebula was formed when it's host star exploded as a supernova [See related question]
The Crab Nebula is:As we see it today - 7,465 years oldAs it is now - 13,956 years old
Crab Nebula:Pulsar wind nebulaSupernova remnantRadius of 5.5 ly6,500 light years awayOrion Nebula:Diffuse nebulaStellar nurseryRadius of 12 ly1,244 light years awayEdit: M1, the Crab Nebula, is related to the death of a star. The Orion Nebula, M42, is relateted to the birth of stars.
It's not the same as a supernova--the Crab Nebula is the visible remnant of a supernova event which occurred about 7,500 years ago. The light from the supernova explosion reached the earth and was observed by Chinese and Arab astronomers about 1,000 years ago. The Crab Nebula was the first object to be identified with a supernova which was actually observed during recorded history.