Translation of nebula in Spanish:


nebulosa, n.

Pronunciation /ˈnɛbjələ/ /ˈnɛbjʊlə/

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nounplural nebulas, plural nebulae

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    nebulosa feminine
    • Evolutionists believe that the solar system condensed out of a cloud of gas and dust called a nebula, hence the nebular hypothesis.
    • We have missions that include active nebulas, swirling dust clouds, moving asteroids and asteroid fields.
    • A planetary nebula forms when Sun-like stars gently eject their outer gaseous layers to form bright nebulae with amazing twisted shapes.
    • For example, consider the shapes of nebulae - those swirling clouds of gas and dust in which newly hatched stars begin to shine.
    • Until recently, it was thought that shells around planetary nebulae were a rare phenomenon.
    • "Planetary nebulae are shells of gas ejected by dying stars, " Kastner explains.
    • The reason why most planetary nebulae are not spherical is not well understood.
    • Thus, meteorites represent a fossil record of the early conditions of the solar nebula.
    • Jupiter's core formed rapidly relative to the rate at which gas was lost from the solar nebula.
    • The composition of Phoebe should reflect the composition of the region of the solar nebula where it formed.
    • Edwin Hubble quickly began a detailed study of the spiral nebulae.
    • By what principle the ship created and continued to produce the bubble shielding it from the nebula's gasses.
    • Based on the nebula's distance of 650 light-years, its angular size corresponds to a huge ring with a diameter of nearly three light-years.
    • Astronomers suspect that the distant emissions may emanate from the same type of nebulas.