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?
Oct 14, 2011 ... How do astronomers sort them into types? ... Although the vast majority of stars
we see in the night sky are brighter than the Sun, actually ... Stars larger than
ours have more spectacular ends: their red giant stages terminate in ...
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
Feb 9, 2015 ... As we'll see below, we can explain those movements through the Earth's rotation
and movement through its orbit. But stars also have their own ...
We can look out into the night sky and see billions of stars shining brightly. ... To
figure out why the stars shine, you have to know what they are made of. Stars ...
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!!!!!
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 ...
Apr 15, 2016 ... Throughout recorded history and perhaps before, we have wondered about the ...
As we came to understand that the stars in the sky are other suns, and that the
galaxies ... What do we know about our exoplanet neighbors?
Jun 14, 2012 ... (Do you know how many stars there are?) To estimate the number of stars in the
Universe (I assume this is what you mean), we have to be ...
Aug 13, 2013 ... Many of the stars we see at night have already died. I saw this most recently on ...
Lower-mass stars don't even do this. They just fade over time, ...