Subject: How old is the Orion Nebula?
Date: Mon Jun 19 12:22:49 2000
Posted by Jeremy David Parker
Grade level: undergrad
School: University of Wolverhampton
City: Wolverhampton State/Province: West Midlands
Country: United Kingdom
Area of science: Astronomy
The Crab Nebula was formed from a Supernova 900 years ago. Does anyone
have any idea how the Orion Nebula formed? Was it formed at the same time
as the Milky Way? Why are stars forming in the Orion Nebula, while it is
predicted that the Crab Nebula will fade away?
Re: How old is the Orion Nebula?
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