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The Sun. The next star is 4.3 light years away. If you mean "what stars appear to be near Ganymede in the sky", it varies; Jupiter (and therefore Ganymede) moves relative to the stars so you'd need to consult an ephemeris to see what the current position is.
saptarishi is seven stars near the north pole . North pole is the darkest star and after that their are seven stars look like a question mark and all stars are named also
There are thousands of stars in Orion. The three in the belt are Alnilam, Alnitak and Mintaka. The brightest star is Rigel and near that is Saiph. These two stars are in the legs of Orion. On the other side of the belt are the reddish star, Betelgeuse and not far away, Bellatrix. These lie in or near Orion's shoulder. His sword is made up of the stars Pi 1-Pi6.
Several reasons. The most important is that clouds of dust and gas between here and there block our view. Another possible reason why we can't see stars at the center of our galaxy is that there aren't any left. We believe that supermassive black holes occupy the centers of most large galaxies including the Milky Way; there may be no stars left near the galactic center.
That's possible in principle, but extremely unlikely in our immediate neighborhood. Near the center of galaxies, that likelyhood increases, since stars are much closer together.
The Milky Way is a disk of stars with the sun near the center.
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Astronomers suspect that a super massive black hole is at the center of the Milky Way. Over a period of several years, astronomers have observed that stars near the center of the Milky Way are orbiting an object with massive gravitation, and the object emits no light. What can it be? A black hole is the best answer, and by the way the stars move, it must a super massive one.
You will find stars in every direction - both near the Moon, and in other directions. They are not really "near" the Moon; they just happen to be in the same direction.
A star is a burning ball of gas and rock floating out in space. Most stars are around planets almost suspended in space. Bigger stars are a source of heat and are usually used for light and heat for near by planets.
Groups of stars have different names depending on the size and nature of the group. A "really big bunch" of stars is a galaxy. A cluster of stars within a galaxy that are "sort of near each other" might be called a local group. There are examples where several stars might form what is called a multi-star system where they all rotate about a common "gravimetric center".
There are several pieces of evidence for this. One of them is the orbits of stars near the center of the galaxy; we can tell that there is a concentration of mass there by the way nearby stars move. However, the earliest indication was probably the presence of a powerful radio source, called Sagittarius A*, at the center of the galaxy. A black hole is one of the few objects that's consistent with both those observations.