In the context of star naming, it is generally understood that a private person is naming a star. This name can be either an invented name, such as “little mouse”, or a real name, for example “Sarah Johnson”. In general, any name is possible. All the star namings we process are recorded in the globally recognised Star-naming Registry. The naming of a star is valid for a lifetime, and there are no additional costs. Stars have intrigued mankind since the beginning of time. Poems, religious stories and children's nursery rhymes feature stars. No one can admit to not being moved when standing outside on a dark night and seeing thousands of stars! The closest and most familiar star to us is the Sun. Other stars are much further away and simply appear as pin points in the sky. Stars go through various phases during their lifetimes. Depending on the temperatures at which they burn, they appear to have different colours, hence the names red, brown, orange or yellow dwarfs. When the hydrogen runs out and stars cannot burn any longer, they will change into other cosmic bodies. Smaller stars will become white dwarfs and larger stars will explode to become supernova or those illusive, mysterious black holes!
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