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All Stars are Suns

All Stars are Suns

Little girl looking up at stars in the sky
Once upon a time, there was a little girl named Lily who loved looking at the stars at night.
Curly haired girl with glasses, wearing a purple dress asking her dad a question
Lily wondered why the stars twinkled and glowed so brightly. She asked her dad for an answer.
Tall man with a beard, wearing a blue shirt pointing at the Sun and stars
Dad explained that all stars are actually suns, just like the Sun we see during the day.
Curly haired girl with glasses, wearing a purple dress imagining stars with flames
Lily was amazed! She didn't know the stars were like the Sun. She imagined them with flames.
Tall man with a beard, wearing a blue shirt explaining the Sun with scientific drawings
But Dad told Lily that a Sun is not burning with flames. It undergoes some other reactions.
Drawing of burning paper and a sun with chemical reactions
It's different from burning paper or wood, which needs oxygen to keep burning.
Drawing of nuclear fusion process in a star
Stars shine because of a process called nuclear fusion that happens deep inside them.
Drawing of energy and light traveling from the Sun to Earth
This creates a lot of energy and light that reaches us all the way on Earth.
Curly haired girl with glasses, wearing a purple dress with a big smile, understanding the truth about stars
Lily learned that stars are not on fire, but they are just very bright because of the reactions inside them.
Curly haired girl with glasses, wearing a purple dress lying on the grass, gazing at the stars
From that day on, Lily looked at the stars with a new sense of wonder and excitement.

Once upon a time, there was a little girl named Lily who loved looking at the stars at night.

Little girl looking up at stars in the sky

Lily wondered why the stars twinkled and glowed so brightly. She asked her dad for an answer.

Curly haired girl with glasses, wearing a purple dress asking her dad a question

Dad explained that all stars are actually suns, just like the Sun we see during the day.

Tall man with a beard, wearing a blue shirt pointing at the Sun and stars

Lily was amazed! She didn't know the stars were like the Sun. She imagined them with flames.

Curly haired girl with glasses, wearing a purple dress imagining stars with flames

But Dad told Lily that a Sun is not burning with flames. It undergoes some other reactions.

Tall man with a beard, wearing a blue shirt explaining the Sun with scientific drawings

It's different from burning paper or wood, which needs oxygen to keep burning.

Drawing of burning paper and a sun with chemical reactions

Stars shine because of a process called nuclear fusion that happens deep inside them.

Drawing of nuclear fusion process in a star

This creates a lot of energy and light that reaches us all the way on Earth.

Drawing of energy and light traveling from the Sun to Earth

Lily learned that stars are not on fire, but they are just very bright because of the reactions inside them.

Curly haired girl with glasses, wearing a purple dress with a big smile, understanding the truth about stars

From that day on, Lily looked at the stars with a new sense of wonder and excitement.

Curly haired girl with glasses, wearing a purple dress lying on the grass, gazing at the stars