A galaxy or a cluster.
A very large group of stars together is known as a galaxy.
Stars are classified using the Hertzberg-Russell Diagram
What is a Galaxy. I'll take astrophysics for 400.
If you mean millions of stars that are grouped together, you could be talking about a galaxy. Galaxies in fact have billions of stars.
A galaxy is a large system, held in place by gravity, that contains stars, gas, celestial bodies and other space matter. There are different classifications of galaxies. For example, a dwarf galaxy can contain as few as 10 million stars, while a giant galaxy can have a star count of hundreds of trillions of stars.
When a group of stars contain more than a million stars its called a galaxy. there are thousands of galaxies in the universe.
Stars are grouped to make a constellations because the way you look at it,it looks that way.
HR Graph of Star Sizes
No, it is a planet. However, it is called "The Evening Star" as well as "The Morning Star" as that is when is most often seen by the naked eye. A constellation is a visual pattern of stars that seem to be grouped together.
Stars are classified using the Hertzberg-Russell Diagram.
New stars together are called a star cluster.They usually travel in space together, for there gravity keeps them in a group.
Stars are grouped by size. The groups are commonly named as: the Super Giants, Giants, Medium-size and the White dwarf. The sun belongs to the group of stars which are relatively small or the white dwarfs.
A system of billions of stars held together by gravity is called a galaxy. The one we live in is called the Milky Way galaxy.
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A group of stars, dust and gases held together by gravity IS CALLED GALAXY
No, most stars are not in a constellation and are all by themselves (single tear).
A pattern of stars which seems to move across the night sky together is called a constellation. Hope this helped :D
Cluster or Star-Cluster or Cluster of stars.
A Million Trillion Stars was created in 2007.
We see the stars in the sky, from our perspective of being here on the Earth. Stars are grouped into galaxies of billions of stars, and there are vast almost-empty spaces between the galaxies.
Cassiopeia contains all kinds of stars, some close to us, some far off. They are all grouped in an area of the sky when seen from Earth, but seen from somewhere else they could look quite different and they might not be grouped together. So every constellation contains all sorts of stars.
A large system of stars is called a galaxy. A galaxy has stars, dust, and gas that is held together by gravity. We are in the Milky Way Galaxy.
It's called Written in the Stars by Tinie Tempa and Eric Turner. And the correct lyrics are, Written in the stars. A million miles away...
The average number of stars in a dwarf galaxy since it contains a few million to several billion stars with as few as ten million (107) stars.
They are called "Star Clusters".