A nebula, in general, is not particularly hot. They are usually visible due to embedded stars.
about 900,000,000 degrees Fahrenheit
It's a measure of the average kinetic energy of the particles making up the nebula.If you were hoping for an answer like "50 degrees" ... they don't work that way; they can have any temperature.
That is hot enough to ignite hydrogen fusion, so the nebula becomes a star (possibly with planets).
it is true
When a gas contracts, its temperature will increase. In this case, the gas contracts due to the gravitation.
Who knows,it can not be under 100000 degrees of it would support life.
A supernova occurs.
The Crab Nebula is a nebula.
new stars form in a nebula. a nebula is a cloud of dust and gas pulled together by gravity . the temperature rises. hydrogen changes into helium .the particles release energy. The particles become a star.
A solar nebula is related to the formation of our Solar System, any other nebula is just a nebula.
Triffid Nebula, Eagle Nebula, Cat's Eye nebula
The lowest temperature observed in the universe is -272.15 Kelvin in the most coolest place of universe "boomerang nebula " also cosmic background radiation approaches this temperature
The nebula contracts under the influence of the mutual gravity of all those atoms and dust particles. As its size decreases, density increases, and central pressure and temperature increase.
The largest known nebula is Tarantula Nebula
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.
The Crab Nebula is a supernova remnant and pulsar wind nebula.
Lagoon Nebula; Trifid Nebula
Both are the same except the solar nebula is the nebula that formed our solar system.
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 location of the nebula is in many places because the nebula exists in different constellations. A nebula is a cloud of interstellar dust.
The Stingray Nebula (Hen 3-1357) is a planetary nebula. (The youngest known).
A nebula does not explode. A nebula is generally the remains of a supernova explosion.
An Eskimo nebula is a bipolar double-shell planetary nebula. It is also known as a clownface nebula, or a Caldwell 39.