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Thus, to return to the stars, we can collect together either--
1) All the appearances of different stars in a given place, or,
Thus, then, advancing from atom to molecule, from molecule to nebulous mass, from that to principal star, from star to sun, from sun to planet, and hence to satellite, we have the whole series of transformations undergone by the heavenly bodies during the first days of the world.
Among these 5,000 nebulae there is one which has received the name of the Milky Way, and which contains eighteen millions of stars, each of which has become the center of a solar world.
The star you refer to is Gamma, of the constellation Cassiopeia.
I wonder whether it's a shooting star," remarked Miss Dorn.
Looking at these stars suddenly dwarfed my own troubles and all the gravities of terrestrial life.
Then why," she asks in a low voice and without removing her gloomy look from those distant stars, "do you detain me in his house?
She stands looking out at the same stars without a word.
It was not so high as the glowing star of the six colored suns, but was descending slowly through the air--so slowly that at first it scarcely seemed to move.
Just then the man with the star came and stood before the Wizard.
Fragment #2 -- Scholiast on Aratus 254: But Zeus made them (the sisters of Hyas) into the stars which are called Hyades.
But she could not have seen his face if a flash of lightning had not hidden the stars and revealed it.
I should like," she began, and hesitated quite a long time before she forced herself to add, with a change of voice, "to study mathematics--to know about the stars.
Yes," I went on, "you are right, in the Stars we learn many things.