Astronomy & Space

Supernova vs Supernovae

Supernova vs Supernovae
‘Supernova’ is a singular term, and ‘supernovae’ is a plural of supernova. Supernova is the last stage of the life of a star.

Nebula vs Planetary Nebula

Nebula vs Planetary Nebula
The interstellar nursery of cloud of dust and gas is called as Nebula. Planetary nebulae is a type of nebula. They are created when a main sequence star grows into a red giant and casts off its outer layers.

Nebula vs Galaxy

Nebula vs Galaxy
Nebula is a cloud in deep space consisting of gas or dirt/dust (e.g. cloud formed after a star explodes). A group of numerous stars, dust, planets and other interstellar matter, tied together by a...

Nebula vs Supernova

Nebula vs Supernova
Nebula is a cloud in deep space consisting of gas or dirt/dust (e.g. cloud formed after a star explodes). Supernova is the last stage of the life of a star and is a very huge explosion from a dead star.

Nova vs Supernova

The sudden brightening of the star is known as nova, whereas, more brightening in the star that signals the start of the end is known as supernova.

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