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There are more stars in space than there are grains of sand on every beach in the world.
NASA scientists have discovered stars that are cool enough to touch.
There are 10 times as many stars in the known universe as there are grains of sand in the world.
Black holes and stars of our galaxy emit radio waves.
The visible universe (planets, stars, galaxies) makes up less than 5% of the mass of the universe.
There are more colors in a rainbow than there are stars in the Universe or atoms in your body.
Samsung means “three stars” in Korean.
For every grain of sand on every beach on Earth, there are 10,000 stars in the universe.
The number of H2O molecules in 10 drops of water are equal to the number of all the stars in the universe.
Roman charioteers earned far more than even the best-paid footballers and international sports stars of today, according to academic research.
The Simpsons have had more guest stars than they have had episodes.
Rolling Stone magazine originally gave Nirvana’s Nevermind a 3-star rating in 1991. They now give it 5 stars and rank it as the 17th greatest album of all time.
The iron in our blood and the calcium in our bones come from ancient explosions of giant stars.
There are more stars in the universe than words ever uttered by all the humans who ever lived.
Barns are painted red because red paint is cheap. The paint is cheap because iron is plentiful. Iron is plentiful because it is the final element formed out of a star’s death.
The term influenza comes from the Italian word meaning “influence”, an allusion to the influence the stars were once believed to have on our health.