Stars glow because they are hotter than the surrounding area. See related question.
Stars are formed when elevation gass escapes the sun. They will then catch heat from planets, the planets orbit will then place the stars in a special order. Then the star will glow for 10,000 years then will die.
sorry, uranium does not glow.
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There is an enzyme call LUCIFERASE that makes fireflies glow There are some species that do not glow however all the larva do. check out the link below:)
Stars do, by their own power. Planets merely reflect light.
No, they reflect the light from surrounding stars.
No stars blue? A star's colour depends on it's temperature. A blue star must be very hot in order for it to glow blue. All stars in the main sequence sre only hot enought to glow yellow, not hot enought to glow blue.
they glow to startle predators, it's a defense mechanism
they dont glow they just have a bright colors
in general terms, it's *glow* or auora
stars glow brighter than the moon
The fusion occurring in the stars cause large amount of light, heat, and radiation causing the stars luminosity.
Stars glow for the same reason that the sun glows. They are gigantic balls of flaming gases. The reason the stars look so small, is the incredible distance between earth and the stars. (The light that we see from the stars can be millions of years old because it took that long for the light to travel this far!)
GE makes some excellent glow-in-the-dark clock, which go well in children's rooms.
Gravity! "Shooting stars" are space rocks falling to Earth. They glow because of the extreme heat generated by their passage through the atmosphere.
Phosphorus is the element that make things glow in the dark.
of course honey makes our skin to glow and removes dryness
it is Phosphor