What Are Heavenly Bodies in Astronomy?

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The heavenly bodies are natural objects that are visible in the sky and emit or reflect light in a sparkling manner. These include the planets and the stars, which are heavenly bodies of hot gases that radiate energy derived from thermonuclear reactions in the interior.
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