Where would a nebula be found?
It is found about 2500lightyears away A nebula can be found anywhere in deep space where a big star used to be before it went supernova
I have no idea. If a star is born within a nebula, how or why would it be compelled to leave it, since the gravity of everything inside the nebula would seem to hold it in there? So it doesn't make sense that a star like the sun would ever leave the nebula. Of course there is probably an explanation, but not one that I can find online very easily
Is a nebula found in a spherical halo that surrounds the galaxys spiral disk or along a spiral disk or interstellar space?
there are many different types of nebulae: eagle nebula dark nebula emission nebula reflection nebula supernova nebula planetary nebula the crab nebula the Orion nebula the helix nebula the wolf generated nebula the twin jet nebula cometary nebula cupids nebula the horse head nebula the horse head and flames Eskimo nebula the ring nebula the lemon slice nebula boomerang nebula tarantula nebula red square nebula cateye nebula rosette nebula hourglass nebula eta canarie nebula i…
Do you mean a nova? A Nebula is a large group of stars and dust in the sky. e.g. the Orion nebula. An individual star would not ordinarily change into a nebula, but the Crab Nebula is one such, first seen on earth about 1054 CE. But it had taken about 6500 years for the light to reach us. If your query was about nova or supernova, ask again.
The biggest known nebula is Tarantula nebula at 160,000 light years from us. It's width is 650 light years (1 light year = 10 trillion km). Other ideas: You may mean the biggest known nebula in the whole Universe. Astronomers have just found an enormous nebula near a distant quasar. It is estimated to be about 2 million light years across. The quasar is called UM 287.
You should bear in mind that not all nebulae are the same. There are all kinds. But every planet originally condensed out of a nebula, so every element found in a planet such as Earth (not counting those that we have artificially synthesized, such as technitium) is also found in at least some nebulae.
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.
Not much other than that they both emit light in large quantities. A nebula is a grouping of billions of stars, while a supernova is a single star exploding at a stage in its development. Comments: That meaning of "nebula" as a galaxy (or a star cluster within a galaxy) is a bit out of date now. Nowadays a nebula usually means a cloud of gas and dust. It doesn't usually emit much light. Actually…
I don't see why not. Suppose our solar system passed into a nebula. There you go. It could also form inside a nebula, though the matter near the primary (the sun) would have been blown back by the solar wind, leaving a void around the star and inner planet(s). An earth-like planet in a nebula would not have many stars to look at.
Nebula means "Cloud" in Latin. A nebula is an interstellar cloud of hydrogen, helium, plasma and dust. They are often called "stellar nurseries" because stars are "born" within them. There are many types of Nebula, some stars have nebula's around them when they approach the final stages of their lives as in Wolf Rayet stars. Diffuse nebula which are nebula which have no defining shape or boundary. Dark nebula are so dense that it obscures…
The Supernova Sword can't be found in a grotto. You need to alchemise the Stardust Sword into the Nebula Sword with one Agate of Evolution and a Mirror Orb, or something like that. Then, to get the Supernova Sword, you take your Nebula Sword and alchemise it with triple of the above ingredients, replaceing the Stardust Sword with your Nebula Sword.