Exploring Stars Constellations and Celestial Bodies-Science Class 3

It teaches us about the rich history of human stargazing and the importance of continuing to explore the cosmos to unlock its secrets.

Stars: Stars are like shimmering jewels in the night sky. They are massive, glowing balls of hot gas, primarily hydrogen and helium. Stars emit light and heat because of the nuclear reactions happening deep within them.

Constellations: Imagine the night sky as a vast canvas with celestial pictures. That's what constellations are—patterns of stars that ancient cultures connected to create stories and images.

Celestial Bodies: Celestial bodies are objects in space beyond our Earth. Planets, like Earth and Mars, are celestial bodies that orbit stars. Moons are smaller celestial bodies that orbit planets.

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