The Solar System is filled with stars and planets, but few are as well known as those orbiting the nearest star.
Here are our favorite of the many that inhabit the outermost reaches of the Solar Cluster, the most distant stars in our galaxy.
This is the closest star system we’ve ever seen to the Sun.
It has about a billion stars, so we can easily see them from Earth and can even measure the distance to the star with our naked eye.
A few of these stars, such as M1 and M2, are so far from us that they look like they could be in the outer reaches of our galaxy, but we’re not quite there yet.
We can see them as faint stars at very faint distances.
M1 and its star, M2 are located in the constellation of Pisces, the “twin sun.”
M1 is about 50 million light-years away from Earth.
M2 is about 30 million light years away from us.
We call these two stars M1-M2, and they are the closest stars to our Sun.
M1’s star is called M1a.
Our nearest star, the dwarf star M13, is about 20 million light, or about 100 times the brightness of the Sun, making it the brightest star in our Solar System.
M13 is also the most luminous object in our cluster, making up about half of the total luminosity of our Solar Cluster.
When we look up at the night sky, we often see star clusters called nebulae.
These are very bright areas of light that form in the atmospheres of very distant stars, and the light from these stars can travel through space and time.
These nebulas have the properties of being very faint, so their faintest point is usually very far away from the star.
The brightest star, NGC 1412, is more than 200 times as bright as the Sun and has a diameter of about one billion miles.
The other bright star, Fomalhaut, is a gas giant about half the size of Jupiter.
NGC1412 and Fomallun are also very faint.
Fomalhauts bright spot is the famous Andromeda galaxy, which is located in what is now the constellation Sagittarius A*.
In fact, we know the distance Andromeda is from us is about 8 billion light-hours, or one trillionth of the distance from the Sun to our sun.
Andromeda is a very bright object, and its brightest point is about 200 million light light-seconds away from its star.
Andromeda was discovered in 1967.
If you were to take a telescope to a star in the far reaches of space and look at it from above, you would see something like a small, pinball-sized ball spinning around its center.
That ball, called a planet, is called a comet.
These giant objects, like our own, are made of rock, ice, and gas.
The two biggest known planets are Pluto and Charon.
We know Charon is the biggest planet, about a million miles across, and it’s about 100 million miles from our Sun, or two and a half times the distance between the Earth and the Sun!
The sun is very small.
It is only about 30 percent the size as the sun of our sun, but the sun is actually more than one billion times the size.
Our sun is made up of hydrogen and helium, which are stars that are hotter than the Sun itself.
We don’t know why this is, but some scientists believe that they were created when a large amount of matter was flung out from the center of our Milky Way Galaxy.
These hot gas giants are not visible to us.
Astronomers are now learning that some of these giant stars were formed by supernovae, the massive explosions that occur when a star explodes in a burst of energy.
Supernovae are extremely powerful explosions that cause a star to explode.
These supernovas are so powerful that they can destroy planets in their vicinity.
The explosion of a supernova can destroy an entire planet in a matter of minutes, which makes it extremely dangerous for a planet to orbit in space.
Most of the stars that make up the Solar system are young, forming as they grow from stars that were once very bright.
These young stars, called supernova, are incredibly young, so they are not formed from a star that has been a young star.
Instead, they are forming from the fusion of hydrogen atoms with helium atoms.
When this happens, helium atoms combine to form a very dense, extremely dense star called a neutron star.
When a neutron is born, it is just one neutron in a billion.
Neutron stars are the most massive stars in the universe.
They are not only extremely massive, but they are also incredibly dense.
Neutron star systems are very active and have a very long life span.
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