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Where are stars located in the universe?
Stars are scattered all across our universe but guess what? there are no stars in our solar system besides the sun!
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I doubt that anybody knows why there are stars in the universe, but I'd say that it was to keep all the planets that support life warm.
Haha, everywhere. The universe is, so far as we can tell, a self-contained system which bends in on itself. Meaning if you were to travel in any direction for a very long ti…me (veeeeery long, billions of years even at the speed of light) you'd eventually come back to the same exact spot. The question "what is outside of the universe", it would seem, as hard as it is to comprehend, is not a valid question. Footnote There are theories that involve the existence of parallel universes, and these theories are not just zany science fiction creations. One such theory helps to explain the amazing weakness of gravity (compared to the other basic forces) by showing how gravity may be spread out over the non-observable dimensions. Membrane theory also allows for the existence of other universes that actually overlap our own-- they are not merely collections of galaxies that are extremely far away. Hmm. I often wonder about where we are as far as everything goes. We are in a place that we may just not be able to comprehend. I understand (or at least I think I do) the vastness of space and the idea that size basically means nothing...we dont know where we are. Nobody does. We as humans on earth are like a pair of fish in a pond in San Fransisco....they have no idea about anything going on in Florida and they never will. While there is much going on in Florida, these two simple fish are just.... fish, and that limits them to understanding the complexity of such an idea. We are these fish. The answer is there somewhere as to what lies "after our universe" but it also does not...for example what is after that...and after that ...and so on and so on....it basically never ends because our minds need a logical reason for something as immense as this to end...and have a place to start after the other has ended. Its too much..and I cant ever get it...I would give anything to know. There is so much out there in space..so much distance, so much darkness....I cant even begin to guess on any of it. My mind says that there is something else after all we can imagine throughout space and time. Very frustrating as it is such a clear and reasonable question that everyone can grasp...yet the answer is entirely unknown to all. In space there is no up, no down, no left or right...time does not exist or have the need to...it only exists because it does. It is everything and nothing, entirely unknown in terms of any size and complexity. We are humans that know a whole lot, and know absolutely nothing at the same time.
Stars are located in outer space. The sun is our closest star. Other stars are much more farther away. But, some bright lights in the sky are not always stars. They could be a… passing airplane or even a space station, or a planet, or even a very far away galaxy. There are billions of stars in our galaxy, and billions of billions in the universe.
Mostly in galaxies, where they can form Super Massive Black Holes.
Leo is a constellation not a star . Although Leo is the name of a constellation, several of the stars in the constellation share the name. The star "Regulus" is also known as… "Cor Leo". All of the brightest stars in Leo are designated "Leo" with a Greek letter prefixing "Leo" to indicate they are in that constellation. The constellation itself is found between Cancer and Virgo. Astronomically, the sun passes into the 30 degree portion of the sky marked by the constellation Leo from about mid August to mid September. Astrological systems assign the specific days a bit differently depending on the year and the particular astrological system. . Because the sun is in Leo in August to September, the best time to see Leo at night is from November to May. Leo is dominant in the night sky at the opposite time of the year from when the sun transits the constellation; that is, from February to March. . The Leonid meteor storm appears as if radiating from the constellation Leo, and is usually seen best in November.
14 billion years old
In a way , they don't actually leave, but some transform into base elements , or gasses, when their fuel burns away, and they explode or just burn out.
The biggest star's name is unknown, it is because they are too far enough to be seen by naked eye and even large telescopes. You answer might change because the Universe is ex…panding because of the galaxies which are building stars inside them. I hope you understand this all... Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Biggest_star_in_the_universe#ixzz1x0bbC55f
Hydrogen and a small amount of Helium.
Answer 1: Hundreds of billions of billions. Updated: As of 2009, it was estimated to be around 1023 stars in the observable universe. However, it was recently discovered… that we may have been missing most stars of the red dwarf variety and now it is beginning to look like the 1023 figure would now have to be tripled. So its about.... 3,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000
Our star is located in the center of the Solar System. Many other stars are located all over the Universe. add. Our Milky Way Galaxy is about 100 000 light years across, an…d is a barred galaxy (a bar of stars across the centre) with (4?) spiral arms. Our arm is the Orion Arm, and the Sun is about 25 000 light years from the galaxy's centre. The Sun's path around the galaxy has a speed of about 220km/s. Our galaxy has about 200 x 109 stars.
every where and some of them make pictures
All known stars are in the universe. the universe includes everything. to answer your question though the sun is a good example.
Presumably, around it. However, this is a difficult question, because it's not even known for certain that there is a center of the universe. Some models of the universe expla…in it as having no edges, and therefore no place that is perfectly centered between them. Assuming for the moment that the universe does have outer edges, however, and with them a center, we don't know exactly where it is. Our perception is limited to things roughly 13 billion light-years away, and as such we have no idea how much more universe there is beyond that horizon in any direction.
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