Oct 2, 2021
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More than 700 stars have mysteriously disappeared over the past 70 years, why?

The starry sky is a collection of luminaries visible at night on the firmament. These are mainly stars. The naked eye can distinguish stars up to 5-6 magnitudes. Under good observation conditions (in a cloudless sky), you can see up to 800 stars up to 5th magnitude and up to 2.5 thousand stars up to 6th magnitude, most of which are located near the strip of the Milky Way (in this case, the total number of stars only in our Galaxy exceeds 100 billion).

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