What is the difference of a nebula and a solor nebula?


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2010-02-09 23:59:04
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The diffreence between a solar nebula and a Nebula is its size and if it is Intersteller or not a solor nebula is usually larger and forms a Solar System where a regular nebula is smaller and is mostly the result of a collapsed star or a Supernova.

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

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

a nebula is one nebula. nebulae are 2 or more nebulas.

Emission nebula glow and reflection nebula reflect the light form other stars

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

The helix nebula is more close than the ring nebula, as well as much brighter and larger than the ring but with low surface brightness.

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Yes.There is the Life-Cycle of Stars. The first stage is stellar nebula. Much later in the cycle is the planetary nebula; after the Red Giant, and before the White Dwarf.

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A molecular cloud is a type of nebula where it's density and size permits the formation of molecules.

there are many different types of nebulae:eagle nebuladark nebulaemission nebulareflection nebulasupernova nebulaplanetary nebulathe crab nebulathe Orion nebulathe helix nebulathe wolf generated nebulathe twin jet nebulacometary nebulacupids nebulathe horse head nebulathe horse head and flamesEskimo nebulathe ring nebulathe lemon slice nebulaboomerang nebulatarantula nebulared square nebulacateye nebularosette nebulahourglass nebulaeta canarie nebulai am not very sure if that's all of themby: cierra currier

A nebula is a large cloud of gas in space, a planetary nebula is the large cloud of expanding superheated gas caused by the explosion of a red giant or other very large, very hot star. Neither have anything to do with planets.

zathog persei, zoobab, gringel, and tom. but then, I'm from the horsehead nebula. why what are the inner planets of YOUR solar system called? mercury, venus, earth, mars

the differenc between solor wind and earth wind is that earth wind comes from the earth its self, and solor wind comes the sun which causes the planets to space out from each other.

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

Is the asteroid belt a part of our solor system?

Because nebula, like galaxies, do not have a defining edge, it is difficult to determine the exact size but an estimate is the closest you'll get.However, in this case, the difference is large enough.The Tarantula Nebula is about 15 times larger than the Carina Nebula.Tarantula ~ 1,000 light years acrossCarina ~ 65 light years across.

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.

The largest known nebula is Tarantula Nebula

The nect solor eclipes is happening on the 11 of June 2010 I think

A nebula contains stars and other matter; a supernova is just a large enough nova, or star that explodes at the end of its life cycle due to spent fuel

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