What do you observe about the color and structure of the Great Orion Nebula?

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NOTE: These activities use a third party software, and therefore may not be screen-reader accessible and may not work on a mobile device.This Exploration will help you visualize and investigate key topics using Stellarium.Open Stellarium. (Don’t have Stellarium yet? Download and install the latest version of Stellarium here.)To see the Stellarium menu icons, move your pointer to the lower left side of the window. As you roll over each icon, a text description of the icon’s function appears. Also move your pointer to the bottom left of the window to see the control icons. These turn settings on and off.If Stellarium opens in full-screen mode, click on the “Full-screen mode” control at the bottom of the window (it looks like a rectangle with arrows on the corners). Click the icon to turn off full screen
Instructions for all parts
Click the Location window icon (compass) on the left side of the Stellarium window to open the Location window.In the upper left pane of the Location window, scroll to find “Columbus (Ohio), United States” and click it to select this location.Close the Location window by clicking the X in the upper right corner of the window.Click the Atmosphere control along the bottom of the Stellarium window to turn atmosphere off. You should be able to see the stars more clearly.Click the Ground control along the bottom of the window to turn ground view off. You should now be able to see stars below the horizon as well as above.Click the “Set normal time rate” control (>) along the bottom of the window so that the time is paused (||).
Instructions for A and B
Click the Search window icon (magnifying glass) on the left side of the Stellarium window to open the Search window.Type “M87” in the text box and press Enter or click the Search icon.To view M87, zoom in to increase magnification. If you have a keyboard, you can press CTRL/Command–up arrow to zoom in. Increase magnification until the field of view (FOV), near the bottom of the Stellarium window, reads about 0.5°.
instructions for c and D
Click the Search window icon on the left side of the Stellarium window to open the Search window.Type “M74” in the text box and press Enter or click the Search icon.To view M74, zoom in to increase magnification. If you have a keyboard, you can press CTRL/Command–up arrow to zoom in. Increase magnification until the field of view (FOV), near the bottom of the Stellarium window, reads about 0.5°.
Instructions for e and f
Click the Search icon on the left side of the Stellarium window to open the Search window.Type “Sirius” in the text box and press Enter or click the Search icon.To view Sirius, zoom in to increase magnification. If you have a keyboard, you can press CTRL/Command–up arrow to zoom in. Increase magnification until the field of view (FOV), near the bottom of the Stellarium window, reads about 0.5°.
Instructions for G and H
Open the Search window.Type “Aldebaran” in the text box and press Enter or click the Search icon.To view Aldebaran, zoom in to increase magnification. If you have a keyboard, you can press CTRL/Command–up arrow to zoom in. Increase magnification until the field of view (FOV), near the bottom of the Stellarium window, reads about 0.5°.
Instructions for I and J
Open the Search windowType “Great Orion Nebula” (or “Great Nebula in Orion”) in the text box and press Enter or click the Search icon.To view Great Orion Nebula, zoom out to increase magnification. If you have a keyboard, you can press CTRL/Command–down arrow to zoom out. Decrease magnification until the field of view (FOV), near the bottom of the Stellarium window, reads about 2.0°.
Instructions for K
Open the Search window.Type “M87” in the text box and press Enter or click the Search icon.To view M87, zoom in to increase magnification. If you have a keyboard, you can press CTRL/Command–up arrow to zoom in. Increase magnification until the field of view (FOV), near the bottom of the Stellarium window, reads about 0.5°.
Instructions for L
Open the Search window.Type “M74” in the text box and press Enter or click the Search icon.To view M74, zoom in to increase magnification. If you have a keyboard, you can press CTRL/Command–up arrow to zoom in. Increase magnification until the field of view (FOV), near the bottom of the Stellarium window, reads about 0.5°.
A) What do you observe about the color of this object? Use astronomical terms.
b) What do you observe about the shape and structure of this object?
c) What do you observe about the color of this object?
D) What do you observe about the shape and structure of this object?
E) What do you observe about the color of this object?
F) In the upper left part of the Stellarium window, the information for Spectral Type states that Sirius is an A0m star. What does this tell you about the nature of this star? What is its surface temperature? What is its maximum age?
G) What do you observe about the color of this object?
H) In the upper left part of the Stellarium window, the information for Spectral Type states that Aldebaran is a K5III star. What does this tell you about the nature of this star? What is its surface temperature? What is its minimum age?
I) What do you observe about the color and structure of the Great Orion Nebula?
J) What conclusions can you draw about the age of the Great Orion Nebula? Provide evidence to support your conclusions.
K) Knowing that this object is a galaxy, a conglomeration of hundreds of billions of stars, what can you conclude about the age of this galaxy or the age of the majority of stars in this galaxy? Provide supporting evidence for your conclusion.
L)Knowing that this object is a galaxy, a conglomeration of hundreds of billions of stars, what can you conclude about the age of this galaxy or the age of the majority of stars in this galaxy? Provide supporting evidence for your conclusion.