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Name: Samantha
Status: educator
Grade: 4-5
Location: FL
Country: USA
Date: Spring 2013


Question:
How many stars are in the sky?


Replies:
About 10^24 stars. That is 1 followed by 24 zeros.

http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Space_Science/Herschel/How_many_stars_are_there_in_the_Universe

---Nathan A. Unterman



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