What Is the Bright Star in the Sky Tonight?


Stars are enormous shining spheres of hot gas, the closest of which is our Sun. They are primarily made up of hydrogen and small amounts of helium and some other elements. Those stars which you can see with your naked eye in the night sky all belong to the Milky Way Galaxy, which is the huge system of stars that contains the solar system.
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The brightest star in the sky tonight is Venus Its the brilliant star that shines brightly in the west after sunset.
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