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They said that it was seen in 1054 and lasted for two years. What we see now is all the radiation that left after the explosion.

So I think actual explosion happened 6500 (distance) + 1054 (when it was observed) = 7554 years ago :confused: I might be wrong


Lol here it says that Crab Nebula is 6000 ly away, gosh :rolleyes:
I would have thought it happened 6500 years before 1054ad and in reality we could now be getting fragments of it hitting us by now too.
 
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A new composite of the Crab Nebula with Chandra (blue and white), Hubble (purple), and Spitzer (pink) data has been released.




 
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SDSSJ0146-0929 [a monstrous cluster of hundreds of galaxies]



ShaSS 622-073 [two galaxies at the very beginning of the merging process]



Icarus (MACS J1149+2223 Lensed Star 1) - the farthest star ever seen

 
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There is so much beauty in the pictures you post, at least I find one. This is what fascinates me. How can it be so beautiful yet complex?! Man, I wish I could see it with my own eyes :respect:
 
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In honor of 28 years in space, Hubble released a spectacular new image of the Lagoon Nebula, also known as M8.

 
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