Whats in the Universe?

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The Universe contains galaxies, stars, black holes, planets, comets and .
A star is a huge ball of gas, mostly hydrogen and . Nuclear fusion reactions inside the star release enormous amounts of . Stars are very hot and give off their own . This is why we can see the Sun during the day, and distant stars in the sky.
A galaxy is a large group of many millions of . Our Sun is just one of at least 200 billion stars in our galaxy, the Way. The observable universe contains around 80 billion .
A black hole cannot be seen because light is unable to from it. A black hole forms when a large star collapses in on itself because of .
A planet is a large rocky or gaseous object that a star. Their are almost circular.
Comets are balls of and dust.
Meteors are small rocks. They usually up when they enter a planet’s atmosphere, forming a ‘shooting star’.