STARS | The Dr. Binocs Show | Best Educational Videos for Kids | Peekaboo Kids
STARS | The Dr. Binocs Show | Best Educational Videos for Kids | Peekaboo Kids


Twinkle twinkle little star.. ..how I wonder what you are. Looks like the baby star has slept. But hey, you don’t go sleep,.. ..because I am here to tell you
about different types of stars in space. Exciting, isn’t it? So tell me, how many stars do you think
are there in the universe? Oh cmon, you can do it, guess! Well the answer.. ..will be given at the end of
this episode! Hahah! Zoom in! So, there are different kinds of stars. The big ones even bigger than the sun. Small ones, some very odd ones
and some new ones. But did you know that they are
classified in groups? Yes, there are some specific types of stars. The Red Dwarf Stars. They are relatively smaller in size,
compared the other stars.. ..and therefore they burn
at a lower temperature. Which helps them have a long
sustainable life, some say a trillion years! Nearly 70% of the stars in the universe
are Red Dwarf stars. But hey, since they don’t shine so bright,.. ..it gets difficult for humans to see
them with naked eyes. The Yellow Stars. These are medium sized stars and
therefore burn at a medium temperature. There are yellow dwarf stars as well,
that are not giant stars. Our Sun is one of them. These stars become quite large just before
they completely start running out of fuel. The Sun too will completely
lose its fuel someday,.. ..but don’t worry, that wont happen
before 5 billion years. Blue Giant Stars. As the name suggests, these are big stars
and hence burn at a high temperature.. ..leaving them with a short span of life,
from 10,000- 1,00,000 years. Most of the stars you see in the sky
are Blue Giant stars. When these stars die, unlike other stars,
they don’t shrink but explode.. ..and this kind of explosion illuminates
the entire sky! There are all sorts of other stars like
the giant and super giant stars. Which are extremely big, have the
shortest life span and shine the brightest! TRIVIA TIME! Every star that you see in the sky is
actually bigger than the Sun. Proxima Centauri, a red dwarf star
is the nearest star to Earth, after the Sun. So, remember the question I had asked you? How many stars do you think
are there in the universe? Well, the answer is a 100 Billion! Isn’t that a shocker? Haha! I can stars in your eyes! So, this is me zooming out! Tune in next time for more fun facts.

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