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Supernova Remnant Gallery

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Choose from 31 pictures in our Supernova Remnant collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Messier objects, full set
Messier objects, full set
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Crab nebula (M1)
Crab nebula (M1)
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Crab nebula, composite image
Crab nebula, composite image
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Supernova remnant IC 443, composite image
Supernova remnant IC 443, composite image
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Supernova remnant N132D, X-ray image
Supernova remnant N132D, X-ray image
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Pulsar
Pulsar
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Crab Nebula
Crab Nebula
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Artwork of pulsar over a planet
Artwork of pulsar over a planet
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Veil Nebula (IC 1340), optical image C017/3755
Veil Nebula (IC 1340), optical image C017/3755
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Crab Nebula (IC 1340), optical image C017/3717
Crab Nebula (IC 1340), optical image C017/3717
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Cassiopeia A, NuSTAR X-ray image C016/9727
Cassiopeia A, NuSTAR X-ray image C016/9727
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Human eye and nebula, composite image
Human eye and nebula, composite image
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Pulsar Featured Image

Pulsar

Pulsar, artwork. This stellar object is a rapidly- rotating neutron star. Neutron stars have powerful magnetic fields (shown by the purple lines, though they would not be visible) and rotate very fast (in less than a second). This causes acceleration of charged particles by the magnetic field and the release of radiation at the magnetic poles (beams, upper left and lower right). When the axis of rotation does not coincide with the magnetic axis, then the rotation sends the two beams sweeping across the sky. Correctly aligned beams are seen as pulses on Earth. Neutron stars are remnant stellar cores, having a mass greater than the Sun in a volume less than 20 kilometres wide

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XMM-Newton telescope
XMM-Newton telescope
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Colour HST image of part of Cygnus Loop SNR
Colour HST image of part of Cygnus Loop SNR
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Supernova remnant LMC N 49
Supernova remnant LMC N 49
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Supernova remnant IC 443
Supernova remnant IC 443
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Supernova remnant Cassiopeia A, X-ray
Supernova remnant Cassiopeia A, X-ray
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SNR Vela Supernova remnant
SNR Vela Supernova remnant
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Kepler supernova remnant, Chandra image
Kepler supernova remnant, Chandra image
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Optical image of the Cygnus loop supernova remnant
Optical image of the Cygnus loop supernova remnant
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Art of supernova remnant
Art of supernova remnant
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Crab nebula gas filaments
Crab nebula gas filaments
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Simeis 147 supernova remnant
Simeis 147 supernova remnant
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Rings around supernova remnant SN 1987a
Rings around supernova remnant SN 1987a
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Optical image of the Cygnus loop supernova remnant Featured Image

Optical image of the Cygnus loop supernova remnant

Cygnus loop supernova remnant. True-colour optical image of the Cygnus loop supernova remnant in the constellation Cygnus. These faint wisps of gas are the remnants of a star which blew up around 20, 000 years ago. It is composed of hydrogen gas which glows due to excitation from the pressure of the supernova's shock wave. The remnant lies about 2500 light years away. The brightest part of the ring is also known as the Veil Nebula (NGC 6992, upper left), and the ring as a whole is sometimes called the Cirrus nebula. The section at right is NGC 6960. This image was produced by digitally combining photographs taken by the Palomar Schmidt Telescope in blue and red light

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Supernova remnant 1987A
Supernova remnant 1987A
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Veil nebula supernova remnant
Veil nebula supernova remnant
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Crab nebula and Zeta Tauri star
Crab nebula and Zeta Tauri star
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Neutron star structure, artwork
Neutron star structure, artwork
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Crab nebula
Crab nebula
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Supernova remnant SN1006, composite image
Supernova remnant SN1006, composite image
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Milky Way in Cygnus
Milky Way in Cygnus
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