The Crab Nebulae is the most famous known supernova remnant and is the result of an expanding cloud of gas created by the supernova explosion of a star. The explosion was observed in 1054 AD by Chinese astronomers and was so bright it could be viewed in the daylight for 23 consecutive days. This image was hastily taken and represents the sum of only 20 X 10 Secs exposures with SC3 at prime of MN56.