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What is the difference between stars?


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2008-04-01 12:55:26
2008-04-01 12:55:26

difference between stars and what?


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The distance between the stars that form the constellation.

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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.

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