what are the defference between a star and a planet​

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what are the defference between a star and a planet​

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Melanie 4 weeks 2021-08-20T10:06:39+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

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    2021-08-20T10:08:06+00:00

    Answers The main difference between stars and planets is that Star have high temperature compared to planets because they radiate energy ,stars are very bright object . planets do not generate their own energy through nuclear reactions.They reflect some of the radiation coming from their parents star

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    2021-08-20T10:08:38+00:00

    The first and most visible differences between the two can be seen by observing whether the body is twinkling. Stars are constantly twinkling and shimmering while planets do not. Observed through a telescope, stars appear to shake around the edges.

    Observing the relative brightness is another technique that can be used to tell the two apart. Planets are typically brighter than stars. The reason for differing brightness is because starts reflect the light of the sun, which is close to the planets, while the stars emit their own light.

    Regarding shape, stars appear as a dot while planets appear spherical. Generally, stars are also bigger than planets. Due to the nuclear reactions that produce thermal energy in the core of stars, stars are much hotter than planets.

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