What are heavenly bodies in space?

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The phrase 'heavenly bodies' refers to the stars, planets, moons, comets and anything that is in space. Space is the void that exists between these bodies, including the Earth. It is believed that there is an infinite number of heavenly bodies present in the universe.
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