A Galaxy is far bigger than a nebula.
The galaxy contains the nebula.
No, it's the opposite.
The galaxis are bigger than planetary nebulae, that are bigger than planetary systems.
Earth is IN a galaxy - as is the nebula.
The nebula in a galaxy is a dead star, long dead, possibly about to turn into a black hole. actually, its the opposite: nebula is like a cloud of space trash. when the "cloud" gets too big, it explodes. the bigger the explosion, the bigger the new star.
Our Universe is bigger, than a galaxy.
No. A nebula is a billion, if not more, times larger than our Sun
Yes. Stars form within a nebula.
Yes, a galaxy is much bigger than a satellite.
A galaxy is bigger than a black hole.
A galaxy is much bigger than a planet.
A nebula galaxy does not exist.
A spiral galaxy IS a galaxy, so ...
galaxies are a type of nebula.
No. Most nebula are far larger than the solar system. Many of them are light years across!
The Orion nebula is part of our own galaxy (the Milky Way). The Orion nebula is about 1500 light-years away from us. Our galaxy is about 100000 light-years across.
yes galaxies are bigger than constellations.
A galaxy cluster consists of several galaxy groups, each of which in turn contains several galaxies. So no; a galaxy cluster is MUCH bigger than any individual galaxy.
That is impossible. A universe, whether infinite or finite is still vastly bigger than a galaxy.
A galaxy is much larger than a Nebula, so a cluster of galaxies is going to be even larger still.
No. The Milky Way is our Galaxy.
Yes, much bigger. There are many stars in our galaxy, thousands of millions of them. Everything you see in the night sky is in our galaxy, including the Moon, so the galaxy is much bigger.
Planets> Pluto, Mercury Mars Venus, Earth, Neptune, Uranus, Saturn, Jupiter Stars> Sun, Sirius, Pollux, Arcturus, Aldebaren, Rigel, Pistol Star, Betelguese, Antares, V354 Cephei, VV Cephei A, VY Canis Majoris There are nebulas and galaxies. Nebulas> Homunculus Nebula, Sting Ray Nebula, Cat's Eye Nebula, Hourglass Nebula, Blinking Nebula, Ring Nebula, Boomerang Nebula, Horsehead Nebula, Bubble Nebula, Cone Nebula, Pillars Of Creation, Crab Nebula, Orion Nebula, Eagle Nebula, Great Nebula Of Carina, Rossete Nebula, Lagoon Nebula, Barnard's Loop, Tarentula Nebula Galaxies> Canis Major Dwarf Galaxy, Sagittarius Dwarf Galaxy, Small Magellanic Cloud, Large Magellanic Cloud, Sombrero Galaxy, Trianglum Galaxy, Milky Way Galaxy, Andromeda Galaxy, Cartwheel Galaxy, Pinwheel Galaxy, Whirlpool Galaxy, Tadpole Galaxy, NGC 4889, IC 1101, I don't really know the names of these> Abell 2029, Local Group, Virgo Cluster, Virgo Supercluster, Eridanus Supervoid, Pisces-Cetus, Supercluster Complex Diameter Of The Universe> At Least 150 Billion Light-Years
A dwarf galaxy by virtue of it's name will be smaller than a "normal" galaxy.
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