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Nebulae

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Transcript of Nebulae

Nebulae
There many different types of nebulae.

ex: Clown face nebulae, Eagle nebulae, Butterfly nebulae, Cat eye nebulae, Crab nebulae, eye nebulae, planetary nebulae...


What does it produce?
What types?
What is a nebula?
Did you know?
Hope you enjoyed it?!
BYE!
By: Kevin and Louise

The plural noun of a nebula is nebulae but instead of adding an s we add an e!

It produces new stars, new planets, new moons...
The nebula also sometimes becomes supernova.
Sometimes, they also produce life, (like us) we never really know if we are alone or not...!



Here are
some images
of nebulae.
Questions!
Name at least 2 elements that
are in a nebula.

What is the plural noun of nebula?

What is a nebula?

Do you want to learn some more?
Did you know?
Sometimes when stars die,
they don't always become
nebulae, they become black
holes.
The nebula that
you are about to
see is a eye nebula.
The nebula that
you about to see is a
butterfly nebula.
Now who wants
to watch a video
about the crab nebula?
Scientists think that the butterfly nebula's wings expanded at about hundreds and thousands of km per sec when it was formed!
Did you know?
90% of atoms in the universe are formed by nebulae!
Did you know that the universe started with a
nebula that started to expand and explode. Forming the theory of scientists called the big bang. The nebula formed loads of stars and made thousands, billions of galaxies and we are in one of them! It also made stars, planets and more!
Did you know that...
It's called
a cat eye
nebula.
What do you think
it's named?
A nebula is like a nursery where stars are born.

But it's not like a nursery that we have here on earth, it's different, filled with hydrogen, helium, plasma, atoms, molecules, huge clouds of dust, gas and many more...

Nebulae give birth to stars, planets and other things.

Do you know that
nebula is a Latin word
for cloud.
Did you know...
Do you know why?
Do you know why nebulae
have light?
It's because the
dust reflects the light from the pieces of the dead star that created the nebula.
That was an eagle nebula!
Q1 Answer:
The next one
might look strange.
Did you know that there are two types of
different nebulae! One is called the
Light nebulae and the other is called dark nebulae.
Did you know?
If a star is 1.4 times the
mass of our sun and dies,
it becomes a supernova
remnant. and the core
becomes a Neutron star.
References:
www.kidsastronomy.com
scienceforkids.kidipede.com
space exploration (book)
spaceandsky.com
www.universtoday.com

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