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Stars are balls of luminous plasma, held together by gravity. They can be seen twinkling overhead from our planet each night. They are enjoyable to look at, but also have been used as navigation tools for centuries.

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What was kept in the blue trunk in Number the Stars by Lois Lowry?

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There was clothes and food and money. Also, alot of people ask where it takes place. Well it takes place in Copenhagan, Denmark during the World War II

What is the diameter of a netball?

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It varies, there are different sizes a normal size is 5 though! :)

What is the heat and energy of a star is generated by?

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The energy in a star is generated by nuclear fusion.

What is the name for a exploding star?

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That's called a supernova.

How does the red star and the blue star compare to the sun?

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Our Sun is basically yellow. Our Sun's surface temperature is higher than that of a red star, and lower than that of a blue star.Other than that, it's hard to make comparisons, since both red stars and blue stars come in VERY different sizes.