The Crab Nebula has been the subject of several studies because to its significance in understanding star formation, supernova remnants, and high-energy astrophysics. In this paper, we present a complete study of astronomical fitting file photos of the Crab Nebula using SAO DS9, a powerful and scalable software tool. Images, spectroscopy, luminosity values, catalogue data, and color mapping techniques are all employed in our investigation. The primary purpose of this research was to employ astrometric and spectroscopic techniques to analyze the intricate details and features of the Crab Nebula. We used SAO DS9 to analyze fits file pictures to reveal the nebula\'s morphological characteristics, intricate structures, and fine-scale features. I enhanced the nebula\'s visualization by employing numerous color maps, allowing us to acquire a better understanding of its emission properties and dynamic behavior. As part of our analysis, I also collected spectroscopic data from the fits files. These spectroscopic discoveries shed information on the nebula\'s physical properties and dynamics, as well as its origins and development. I retrieved and incorporated data from many scientific catalogues to widen the scope of our inquiry. To characterize the fluctuation and energy distribution of the Crab Nebula, we systematically analyze tabular data, including brightness values. I also used photos from multiple sites to supplement our study. These extra photos provided different views and complementing data, allowing us to examine the structure and behavior of the Crab Nebula. I got substantial insights into the Crab Nebula\'s features, dynamics, and physical qualities by merging photos, spectroscopy, catalogue data, color mapping algorithms, and data from numerous servers. This research adds to our understanding of supernova remnants and lays the groundwork for future high-energy astrophysics research. The special and exclusive to it characteristics and properties of Crab Nebula increase its importance and role in explaining the fundamental processes of astrophysics. The Crab Nebula is also called as Messier 1 and was formed by an explosion in 1054 AD, not to forget that this explosion was observable for humans back then. It has been one of the most studied on object. It is distinguished from a fast-spinning pulsar by the Crab Nebula. Overall, the research study illustrates the use of SAO DS9 as a complete software tool for analyzing astronomical fit file pictures. We got substantial insights into the Crab Nebula\'s features, dynamics, and physical qualities by merging photos, spectroscopy, catalogue data, color mapping algorithms, and data from numerous servers.