Our Wikipage is about stars and constellations. The types we found were White Dwarfs,and Neutron stars. There are also stars that are identified by letters such as "O" and "B". There are many, many different types of stars. You can check out the website: www.enchantedlearning.com/subject/astronomy/stars/startypes.shtml

This page will take you to a chart that will show different types of stars. 1099-thumbnail-w700.jpg

This is a picture of what we think looks like a rainbow of stars.

Stars colors depend on the temperature of each star. This picture shows M stars, which are red, and their temperature is 3500 K.
F, O and B stars are classified as blue and their temperature is 25,000 K and above.

Constellations: This is a picture of Orion. He is considered a hunter.
The Hunter," is a prominent constellation located on the celestial equator and visible throughout the world. It is one of the largest, most conspicuous, and most recognizable constellations in the night sky.[1] Its name refers to Orion, a hunter in Greek mythology.

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Taurus is considered the bull, it is the 2nd astrological sign in the zodiac.

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Stars: A self-luminous celestial bod consisting of a mass of gas held together by its own gra vity in which the the energy generated by nuclear reactions in the interior is balanced by the outflow of energy to the surface, and the inward-directed gravitational forces are balanced by the outward -directed gas and radiation pressures.

What is a light year? In miles it is 5,878,625,373,184. It is a way of measuring distance.

Where do stars come from? In a galaxy there are stars and gas. Gravity causes the gasses to bump together and heat up. ONce it gets hot it starts glowing and then it is a baby star known as a protostar. From there it grows into a regular star.

How many stars are in space? The sun belongs to the galaxy called the Milky Way. There is an estimate of about 100 thousand stars in the Milky Way alone. Outside of the Milky Way there are millions upon millions of other galaxies.

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