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Nebulae

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Nebulae are the often beautiful objects formed by clouds of interstellar gasses. These clouds are usually formed during some part of the death of a star. The three main types of nebulae are the planetary nebulae, the ionized hydrogen region and the supernova remnants. Planetary nebulae are formed as a dying star sloughs off matter. Ionized hydrogen regions usually occur whenever large quantities of gas get near the large O-type stars. Supernova remnants are the spherical shells of matter which have blown off a large exploding star. [TB] {EA}


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