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Why are there stars? (Beginner) - Curious About Astronomy? Ask an ...

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Jun 27, 2015 ... Why are there so many stars in the sky and what are their purpose of being there ? ... Since so many formed we can assume that it's quite easy for them to do that, ... If we were closer to the centre there would be many more stars in the sky. ... did compression waves have immediately following the Big Bang?

How many stars are there in the Universe? / Herschel / Space ...

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We might do that by measuring the surface area of the beach, and ... the rate at which stars have formed, you will be able to estimate how many stars there are in  ...

Why Do Stars Shine? - Universe Today

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Dec 24, 2015 ... Just think, the light from those stars has traveled light-years through ... We have written many articles about stars here on Universe Today.

Are We Really All Made of Stars? - Live Science

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Oct 13, 2010 ... We're made of star stuff," Sagan famously stated in one episode. His statement sums ... #1 Trick To Reverse Tinnitus (Do This Tonight). Tinnitus ...

How Many Stars Are In The Universe? - Space.com

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May 31, 2014 ... The exact number of stars is impossible to know because we aren't sure ... So how do astronomers figure out how many stars are in the universe? ... Also, other estimates say the Milky Way could have 200 billion stars or more.

why do we have stars – Beryllium Zone

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Nov 11, 2014 ... Hi 328bera39, Long back our universe was completely dark and very hot. There were only dense cloud of protons and electrons. It was so ...

4 Mind-Blowing Things About Stars - Wait But Why

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We'll start by tackling an obvious topic today: stars. .... I have to do a stupid science project model of stars and galaxies and they want a 3-5 min speech!!!!! Mike ...

Why do stars twinkle? - StarChild - NASA

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On a clear, dark night, our eyes can see about 6,000 or so stars in the sky. ... Stars also do not blink their eyes (they don't have any!), tip their hats, nor take a bow ...

How many solar systems are in our galaxy? - NASA Space Place

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For many years scientists have studied our own solar system. But until the last few years, we knew of no other solar systems. This may seem surprising, as the Sun is one of about 200 billion stars (or ... how do solar systems form and evolve; are there other planets capable of supporting life; and is there life on other planets?

How Many Stars in the Milky Way? | NASA Blueshift

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Jul 22, 2015 ... Then we have to decide what the mass of an average star is so we can ... Now try to calculate how many coins are in that bag – it's hard to do ...

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Top 10 cool things about stars | Space | EarthSky

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May 24, 2016 ... Above the Earth's atmosphere, stars do not twinkle. 9. You can see 20 .... In other words, we have no way of knowing for certain. V Tyree • 6 ...

Why don't we receive light from all the stars in the universe?

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Yet we know that there are millions of stars in the universe. ... electromagnetic radiation and since light can travel for huge distances in space, why can't we see all the stars? ... Black holes, which are massive gravitational centers, have gravity so strong that they will pull in light itself and ... How do we know what's in ...

Why We Need to See the Stars | RealClearScience

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Jan 30, 2015 ... "We've taken what was once one of the most common human experiences, ... There's color in the stars. ... Do we look down and wonder less?