What is the difference between a star and the milky way?
The milky way is where there is a lot of stars at each end of the galaxy And a star is a matter mostly of gas pressured together
It isn't. The Solar System is the name of our solar system. The Milky Way is the name of our galaxy. Just in case you don't know, the difference between a solar system and a galaxy is that a solar system is a star and a group of planets and other objects. A Galaxy is a grouping of stars and solar systems.
One. The Milky Way is our galaxy. Every star you see in the sky at night with your naked eye is in the Milky Way. The closest galaxy to ours is the Andromeda Galaxy, which you can see if you look in the right place, but it will just look like a fuzzy blob and not like a star. The milky way is the name of our galaxy, there are no other galaxies in it.