It's good to see crabby

The Crab Nebula, which are essentially the tattered remains of an exploded star, was photographed in all its glory and the lovely people at NASA have released the image.

The Nebula, as we see it with considerable aid, is the expanding cloud of gas created in the explosion of a star as a supernova which was observed in the year 1054 AD. At the stars peek before exploding, it was reported by ancient Chinese astronomers as being brighter than even Venus for the twenty-three days of the year it was observable/

This is one of the largest ever produced with the Hubble Space Telescope.

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