Why do stars only come out at night?

The stars are there in the sky both during the day and at night. During the day, the sun shines so brightly that we cannot see the other stars present in the sky. At night, when the Sun goes down and the sky is dark, the light of the stars can be seen. Have you noticed how starts start to appear as the Sun starts to set? Do you know that the Sun is also a star? It shines brighter than other stars as it very close to the Earth while the other stars are far away.




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