A Star is a big, hot ball of gas like sun. And a planet is like the earth, Jupiter, Mercury, Saturn, mars etc.
A star is a luminous celestial body, made up of plasma having a spherical shape.A planet is either a rocky or gaseous spherical body orbiting the Sun, or a star.A moon is a natural satellite of a planet.
The Sun is many thousands of times closer to Earth than any other star.
The Sun is not considered a planet. It is considered a Star.
The path that a planet follows around a star is called a planets orbit. The sun is the largest star in our galaxy and all the planets orbit around it.
Absolute Brightness: How bright a star appears at a certain distance. Apparent Brightness: The brightness of a star as seen from Earth.
A star is self luminous.
Our Earth is an example of a planet, whilst our Sun is an example of a star.
The sun is a star and the gas planet is a planet.
What is the milky way
star is a huge mass of gas, where as earth is a planet
The planet reflects solar light and a star has its own light.
A star is a burning ball of fire and a planet is a part of the solar system.Additional answerA star is much bigger than a planet and emits serious amounts of heat and light from the reactions going on within it. A planet is much colder and smaller and orbits its sun.
Light from a planet is reflected light, whereas light from a star is radiated
A star produces its own light but light from a planet is reflected from the sun.
A planet orits the sun and the moon orbits the planet.
a star is a dying planet and a planet is a living star
A star generates its own heat and light and is generally much more massive than a planet which only orbits round a star and reflects its light.