nebulae

Nebulae vs Galaxy - What's the difference?

nebulae | galaxy |


As a noun nebulae

is (nebula).

As a proper noun galaxy is

(astronomy|dated) the milky way galaxy, from when it was thought the universe (our universe) had only one galaxy.

Aerosol vs Nebulae - What's the difference?

aerosol | nebulae |


As nouns the difference between aerosol and nebulae

is that aerosol is aerosol (dispersion) while nebulae is (nebula).

Nebule vs Nebulae - What's the difference?

nebule | nebulae |


As nouns the difference between nebule and nebulae

is that nebule is (obsolete) a little cloud while nebulae is (nebula).

Nebulas vs Nebulae - What's the difference?

nebulas | nebulae |


As nouns the difference between nebulas and nebulae

is that nebulas is while nebulae is (nebula).

Nebulae vs Nebular - What's the difference?

nebulae | nebular |


As a noun nebulae

is (nebula).

As an adjective nebular is

(astronomy) of or pertaining to a nebula.

Cosmicdust vs Nebulae - What's the difference?

cosmicdust | nebulae |


As a noun nebulae is

(nebula).

Nebulae vs Nebula - What's the difference?

nebulae | nebula |


As nouns the difference between nebulae and nebula

is that nebulae is (nebula) while nebula is (astronomy) a cloud in outer space consisting of gas or dust (eg a cloud formed after a star explodes).

Nebulae vs Nebulization - What's the difference?

nebulae | nebulization |


As nouns the difference between nebulae and nebulization

is that nebulae is (nebula) while nebulization is the process of forming nebulae.

Nebulae vs Nebulous - What's the difference?

nebulae | nebulous |


As a noun nebulae

is (nebula).

As a adjective nebulous is

in the form of a cloud or haze; hazy.