Astronomer Edwin Hubble discovered that some nebulae lie outside the Milky Way galaxy, a discovery that encouraged important new research about the universe.
Science fiction films let you discover new galaxies, worlds, and creatures. We'll give you a chance to discover the origin of the word "nebula." Where do you think that word came from?
A. Edwin Hubble made up the name for the clouds of gas and dust he studied.
B. It developed from the Latin word for "mist."
C. It comes from the name of a Greek goddess who could change into a cloud.
D. It derived from the much older word "nebulous."