Is a nebula bigger than betelgeuse?
In general yes because Betelgeuse is only a single star, albeit a big one. Nebulae are huge clouds of gas within which stars form
Betelgeuse is much bigger than the Sun.
No, Betelgeuse is huge not huger than Antares. Its about 30 times bigger than the sun!
A Galaxy is far bigger than a nebula.
The galaxy contains the nebula.
Most definitely. Jupiter is a planet and Betelgeuse is a star. Our sun is much larger than Jupiter and Betelgeuse is much larger than our sun.
No, it is not.
No. A nebula is a billion, if not more, times larger than our Sun
Yes. Stars form within a nebula.
There are many stars bigger than Betelgeuse, to many to mention here, but the biggest currently known is VY Canis Majoris [See related question}
Unable to answer. Any evidence of the nebula will be long gone or merged into another.
No. Betelgeuse is a red super-giant star, the red star at the left shoulder of Orion the Hunter.
No, it's the opposite.
You can get the 666a to the M42 nebula, but you'll have to walk from there.
Betelgeuse is one of the larger stars, while Barnard's star is just a little red dwarf star. So, yes- Betelgeuse is far larger than Barnard's.
Yes, Betelgeuse has a radius about 1200 times the size of the sun, and Antares is about 800 times the radius of the sun.
No. Most nebula are far larger than the solar system. Many of them are light years across!
Betelgeuse is about 1,180 times larger the Sun. So Betelgeuse is about 128,620 times bigger than Earth. So as a rough approximation about 2,127,774,087,928,000 Earths could fit into Betelgeuse. That's 2 quadrillion.
Yes, it has a radius about 1000 times the radius of the sun.
Betelgeuse is much bigger, in size than Rigel - about 12 times. but only just smaller in terms of mass. Betelgeuse has a radius of about 936 times that of our Sun Rigel has a radius of about 78 times that of our Sun Betelgeuse has a mass of 18 times that of our Sun Rigel has a mass of 17 times that of our Sun
Yes. A nebula is just a big gas cloud. A galaxy will contain many nebulas.
The galaxis are bigger than planetary nebulae, that are bigger than planetary systems.
I can't say yes, and I can't say no. The reason is because Nebulas can beenormous, it'sridiculous! But clusters are normally bigger than nebulas so on my opinion I'd say no. But if you are on a test or homework and nebula is bigger, then just go with that.
Betelgeuse. Polaris A has a radii of about 30 solar radii. Betelgeuse has a solar radii of about 1180.
No planet could ever come close to the size of Betelgeuse.
The radius of the star Betelgeuse is around 1,000 times larger than that of the Sun, and has a mass of roughly 20 times that of the Sun. So, indeed it is a very large star.
Absolutely, there is Sirius, Pollux, Arcturus, Rigel, Aldebaran, Betelgeuse, and Antares.
Many stars are bigger, but Betelgeuse is one of them, a red giant.
No. The biggest star ever discovered is the VY Canis Majoris, a red hypergiant with a radius of easily 2000 times bigger than that of the Sun. That is more than twice the radius of Betelgeuse. Also, the mass of VY Canis Majoris is around twice that of Betelgeuse.
No. A neutron star is quite small, generally only a few miles across. A nebula is light years across.
The universe, the crab nebula, the milky way, our solar system, our sun, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus are all bigger than the earth
Betelgeuse (Alpha Orionis) is approximately 1,000 times larger than our Sun, whereas Deneb (Alpha Cygni) is estimated to be only 200-300 times the size of our Sun.
A nebula is an interstellar cloud of dust, hydrogen and helium gas and plasma. A Nebula can be over 2.5 million light years across. The largest star is a mere 1.7 billion miles in diameter
Yes, the Sun is much smaller than Betelgeuse.
It was probably formed, like other stars, by the gravitational collapse of a "stellar nebula". Betelgeuse is an old star now, a red "supergiant". It would have been very different originally, of course.
It is made of 20 stars, the bigest star is called Betelgeuse, the brightest star is Rigel (which is 40,000 times brighter than our sun; 7th brightest star in the sky) and it is in the shape of a warior. It also contains the Orion Nebula and the Horsehead nebula.
Antares has a radius of about 800 solar radii whereas Betelgeuse has a radius of about 1,180 solar radii. Both are massive compared to our Sun. See related link for a pictorial comparison.
most likely Beteleuse will become a neutron star after the nebula that it will create dies away.
Betelgeuse is much larger than Rigel.
Rigel is brighter than Betelgeuse.
No. The sun is actually hotter than Betelgeuse, but much smaller.
A black hole influences a large volume of space with its gravity, but it actually occupies zero space. So anything is physically bigger than a black hole.
Betelgeuse is just one star. A galaxy can contain hundreds of millions of stars, so a galaxy is much bigger.
Rigel is a lot hotter than Betelgeuse. Rigel - 11,000K Betelgeuse 3,500K
Jupiter is brighter than Betelgeuse in the night sky because it is much closer to the Earth in comparison to Betelgeuse(Betelgeuse is more than 500 lightyears away form the Earth). This way, Jupiter appears larger than Betelgeuse, and celestial objects that appear larger also appear brighter than objects that appear small.
Betelgeuse is more luminous than Aldebaran.
No. The sun is much closer to the size of the star that exploded almost 1,000 years ago, whose expanding outer shell is seen today as the Crab Nebula.
Compared to a supernova, the Sun is like the size of a pea. Super-giant stars like Betelgeuse are thousands of times larger than the Sun. If the Sun were the size of Betelgeuse, then Mercury, Venus and the Earth would all be INSIDE it.
No. Betelgeuse has 950-1200 times the diameter of the Sun.
No. While Betelgeuse is larger and brighter than the sun, it actually has a lower surface temperature.