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AstronomyAstronomy: The scientific study of the Galaxies, Stars, Nebulae, Solar Systems and the Universe. It deals with a celestial objects relationship to the Earth, size, position, composition, motion, evolution and energy. Astronomers use telescopes, satellites, computers, space stations and observatories to study the universe.
Stars: A celestial body we call the Sun which emits light from nuclear reactions at its core.
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Little Known facts:
1. "Stars go through many phases of life, much like other organic beings."Read More Curiosity Aroused
2. "Contrary to popular belief a black hole does not “suck” in the objects around it." Read More Curiosity Aroused
3. "Eta Carinae is one of the largest stars in the known galaxy" Read More Curiosity Aroused
4. "Every star you see in the night sky is bigger and brighter than our sun."Read More Earth sky
5. "Stars don’t twinkle." Read More Earth sky
6. "Our sun is a dwarf star." Read More Earth sky
7. "You can see 20 quadrillion miles, at least." Read More Earth sky .
8. "There are an unfathomable number of stars in the observable universe." Read More Wait But Why
9."Stars are not close to one another." Read More Wait But Why .
10. "Some stars are unbelievably huge, others are tiny and dense." Read More Wait But Why
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