Difference between Stars and Planets

Stars are the celestial bodies which can emit heat and light continuously. Every star is a huge mass of hot gases and emit big flames. Stars appear to twinkle at night which is a visual illusion because of the disturbances on the atmosphere. The sun being the closet star of the earth, the bright light of sun make other stars invisible during day time.   
The bodies which revolve around the sun in a certain orbit are called planets. There are following eight planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.
Planet vs Star

Planets vs Stars
Planets
1. Planets do not twinkle in the sky.
2. They have no light.
3. They revolve around the sun.
4. Planets are small as compared to star.
Stars
1. Stars twinkle in the sky.
2. They have their own light.
3. They are fixed at a point.
4. They are very big in size.
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46 comments:

Suchitra Malvankar said...

Thank you. This was explained in the most easy and understandable way.

Fayaz Nazar said...

yes very true and these also should be included

stars
. stars are billions in number
. stars have very high temperature

planets
. planets are eight in solar system
. planets have very low temperature

KULDEEP VOHRA said...

valuable information, Great.

Vidhu Verma said...

Noo ...stars are not fixed at a point they move frm east to West

Anonymous said...

All planets are not smaller than stars.
Thanks for the points, though!

sapher jyothi said...

Thanks for explaining

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Unknown said...

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Ananta Kumar Sarkar said...

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Unknown said...

very helpful information
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Anonymous said...

Good for HW but small for exams

Anonymous said...

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Unknown said...

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tanush said...

I learned so much about the difference between planets and stars.
it helped me in my H.W

Unknown said...

Simple n precise..great

Unknown said...

very easy and understandable for every each person

Anonymous said...

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Qaisar Maqbool said...

what an amazing these created by ALLAH (GOD)
As Allah made all these things it can be confirmed from Holly Book QURAN

Unknown said...

Thanks for the information,
its very helpful.

Unknown said...

Thanks for the information,
its very helpful.

Bithika Banerjee said...

Thanks for the information ,very helpful.

Dhruv Kumawat said...

new planets are not discovered so u can not say there are only 8 planets

Dinesh kr singh said...

No stars are fixed at one place and it seems to move because the earth moves frm west to east

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Unknown said...

In space everything moves due to attraction between each other and it is not possible that anything is fixed even our sun , our solar system ,our galaxy and other galaxies move

Anonymous said...

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Great for kids

Suhail Soomro said...

Excellent, well explained.

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