Asked in Astronomy
How are stars distributed into space?
In clumps that are themselves unevenly distributed in space. -Stars are not uniformly distributed through space. You can see this for yourself to some extent by looking outside at night. If you live where you can see what the night sky really looks like, you would notice that certain areas of the sky have more stars than other areas. On the largest scales, a map of the universe looks a bit like cotton candy. The universe is filled with clusters of galaxies...
Asked in Science
What is the origin of of iron?
The stars. Iron is the heaviest element produced in the normal cycle of stellar fusion. Iron thus formed is distributed across areas of space upon the death of some stars. On earth, iron is distributed in large deposits at various locations around the globe. A link is provided to the Wikipedia article on iron. ...
Asked in Astronomy, Cosmology, Particle Physics
What is the space in between stars and planets called?
The space between stars is known as interstellar space, space between planets is known as interplanetary space. ...
Asked in Phobias
What is the phobia for the fear of stars and celestial space?
Siderophobia is the fear of the stars. So if you assume that the stars are found in outer space then this fear must also apply to SPACE. ...