difference between stars and what?
The difference is ones dead. Ones young and ones old
There is no difference between Dark Forest and Place of No Stars, it's just another name for it.
Satellites are man-made, stars are not.
The sun is a star, so there is no difference
Brittle stars crawl and basket stars do not move or crawl.
There is no difference. It is just different names.
There is no difference. PS. They aren't stars.
blue and white stars are hotter than red stars (and newer).
britle stars are small and live in coral reefs and are eaten by GIANT sea stars
A galaxy contains billions of stars. A universe contains billions of galaxies.
This is a very good question - the difference between an asterism and constellation is this: a constellation is a pattern of stars that identifies a complete object, animal or character. An asterism is a pattern of stars that is NOT a constellation.
Meteors are made up of rocks and ice and dust from space where as shooting stars are falling stars.
A Galaxy is a large collection of stars.
The density of the stars.
Stars give off light whereas planets reflect light.
Rock stars sing rock and roll.Pop stars sing pop music.
No. That's precisely the main difference between planets and stars - that stars can have nuclear fusion, planets not.
There is genetic variation in the sea stars as a result of sexual reproduction.
Fusion is much faster in giant stars causing them to burn out faster.
Basically the same colors as the stars in any other constellation. There is no significant difference between stars in one direction and in another direction of the sky.
the world is our earth and the universe is the planets moons and stars.
Size - Giants are as the name suggests, giant.
The distance between the stars that form the constellation.
Where the stars are, there was the Union Jack.
The UK flag has no stars.
The difference between the star's absolute and apparent magnitudes is the difference between how bright it would look if it were 32.6 light years away and how bright it looks at its actual distance from us.
Stars are so massive that their internal temperature and pressure is high enough for nuclear fusion to occur.
The main difference between the sun and other stars is that the sun is much closer to us.
A galaxy is a collection of stars. There can be billions of stars in a galaxy. All the stars you see at night, along with our sun, are all in the Milky Way galaxy.
The light from stars is created by the stars themselves. The light from the planets is sunlight reflected off the planets back to you.
Elliptical galaxies have almost no gas or dust between the stars.
What we call "shooting stars" are actually just meteroids falling through the Earth's atmosphere, burning and leaving a trail as they fall. Stars are burning balls of gas in space.
The stars that become neutron stars have a greater mass and therefore stronger gravity than those that become white dwarfs.
if you think its short then its short.if you think its big then its big.
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The difference is in mass. Low to medium mass stars (up to about 8-10 solar masses) become white dwarfs. Massive stars (10 to 25 solar masses) become neutron stars. Stars above 25 solar masses tend to become black holes.
A globular cluster contains hundreds of thousands of stars An open cluster contain less than a few hundred stars. A galaxy contains billions of stars.
"Hoshi" is Japanese for star. In Japanese language there is no difference between a singular and a plural. So star and stars translation is the same = hoshi.
According to dooyoo.co.uk they have the exact same rating 4 stars to sprite 4 stars to coke zero
a telescope is for looking at stars a microscope is used to look at microscopic organisms
the time the light amount when people sleep the stars the position of the earth.
They do not use units: they use the fact that stars are not galaxies. For example, you don't use units to measure the difference between children and countries.
Sea stars are unable to hear. Sea stars can only register the difference between light and lack of light with a photo receptor eye spot.
The main difference between Population-I and population-II stars is that, population-I stars are young and recently formed starts in the galaxy, they contain an abundance of heavy elements; whereas population-II stars are old and highly evolved and generally lack in heavy elements.
A constellation is a group of stars. Nearly all cultures have organised stars into groups because, when see with their surrounding stars, they can outline the vague shape of people, animals or other objects.
Moons always orbit planets unlike meteorites which orbit stars.
stars are far and the sun is close
A galaxy contains planets and a star system contains only stars.
hmnmm well a constellation is an arrangement of stars as viewed from planet earth, and a star cluster is just any random group of stars :)
Stars on the main sequence are fusing hydrogen into helium in the core, whereas a red giant is fusing hydrogen into helium in the shell, while the core is inactive.