How Is a Planetary Nebula Formed? : Astronomy Lessons

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A planetary nebula is formed during the death of a star. Find out about how a planetary nebula is formed with help from an experienced educator in this free video clip.

Expert: Eylene Pirez
Filmmaker: bjorn wilde

Series Description: Astronomy is the study of outer space and the planets in our solar system. Find out about astronomy with help from an experienced educator in this free video series.

Comments

A-Jhay says:

Here's an idea for your next video: HOW TO WRITE BACKWARDS LIKE A SIR

Sophia Kleo says:

Math bff copier

Bones of Gold Skateboarding says:

I'm boggled cause she's a brunnette with blue eyes PLUS —How can she write backwards???!!!

Baby Vegeta says:

this is like my dream wifey lol

Turkish Delight says:

Lol i love this vid, very informative. But how does she write backwards so fluently?

Anthony says:

I was trying to pay attention but I was star struck by her beauty.

James Young says:

Planetary nebula are electrical. Not a dying star at all but probably a star being born.

nick rodriguez says:

How about super giant stars?

sriram angajala says:

Nice video to understand the concept easily

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