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Question: Why are there stars in the sky?
Asked by jeevan to Arttu, Ceri on 24 Jun 2011.
answered on 24 Jun 2011:
The universe is full of stars just like our Sun, and even though they are very far, they are so bright that we can see them at night when the Sun is not visible.
Why some nights the sky has more stars than the other?
If you could name a star what would you call it?
why do we sometimes not see stars?
Why is the sky blue, but the sea sometimes looks green, even though it is reflected?