What time do the stars come out?
4 Dec 08
If I remember correctly, we were taught as students that stars are heavenly bodies which are made up of gases. And since they're heavenly bodies, they are always present in our horizon but the mighty sun is also a star, which is the nearest one to our planet. But locally, they are more visible as twinkling stars at night; usually about 6 to 7 in the evening. I'm not sure about the reason behind this phenomenon but I have observed that as the evening progresses, they seem to multiply before our eyes while seem to dwindle as the dawn is nearing. You mentioned that you need to know this. I'm just curious, is this an experiment or survey of some sort which you are studying on? Anyway, it's 1 pm over here. God bless and sweet dreams.
6 Dec 08
We can see the stars up when the night is come if there is dark. As we know stars are already placing there but we cannot see them if there is sunlight because sun is much brighter than the star. Well we can see them almost a pack at around 8 onward up to dawn if there is no clouds and I love to watch them. Thinking how the stars put them and still we them at billions away. Well I need to study more.