Due to an unfortunate edit conflict, I've had to revert an edit by an intervening editor of this article. It was nothing something done out of disrespect, but merely because it was easier to overwrite and consider the difference in the two approaches here. The editor has claimed that Template:Infobox Astronomical Object is only for specific phenomenon, but I see nothing on either the template page or the MOS to indicate this. Moreover, it's not immediately apparent to me why this would be so. Is there a real reason, i.e. set forth in a rule somewhere, why general phenomenon shouldn't be allowed to use the infobox? CzechOut | 22:58, 13 May 2009 (UTC)

Behind the scenes sectionEdit

Also, I see now that one of the intervening edits nixed the Background/BTS section. This should likely be discussed as well, since it is a convention in many articles here that behind the scenes info is allowed. It seems to me a modern reader of the main, in-universe part of the page would naturally think, "Hey, wait a minute, what about the Racnoss ship at the heart of the Earth?" It seems logical to compare and contrast these two similar situations — albeit not within the in-universe part of the article — since these kind of inconsistencies are otherwise examined with regularity elsewhere. CzechOut | 23:06, 13 May 2009 (UTC)

name Edit

Shouldn't this be "Spiral nebula (Underworld)", given that "spiral nebula" could described any nebula categorized as a spiral nebula? (JMC Red Dwarf 23:51, March 8, 2018 (UTC))

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