How do we know what Nebulae look like? - Deepstash
How do we know what Nebulae look like?

How do we know what Nebulae look like?

Astronomers use very powerful telescopes to take pictures of of faraway Nebulae.

  • Space telescopes such as NASA's Spitzer space telescope and Hubble space telescope have captured many images of faraway nebulae.

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