How many stars are there in the entire universe?
You know, in order for a star to form there needs to be enough gas to initiate the birth of one, otherwise it'll be something like a brown dwarf.
They are a few times larger than jupiter, but some people think that jupiter is a failed star as well, if it had more mass it would have had enough to initiate fusion.
Many stars have their own solar systems, and many stars orbit each other in double and multiple star systems. they likely formed independent near each other and got caught in each others gravity, they don't orbit in a planet-star relationship.
Seldom, stars combine with each other, creating hybrid stars.
stars dont explode into a single star at all. they become lots of dust and form into a star over hundreds to thousands of years. a long process before a star appears. and sometimes a star will collapse under its own gravity and become a black hole. come on people you need to know the stuff before you state it. and no there isnt a infinite amount. its just undetermined.
there's a never ending amount of stars. when a star dies, it explodes into trillions more stars. tons of stars die every minute. there will never be "NO" stars. they will exist forever.:)
Uuuum, no it does not explode into trillions more stars x]
I think it can make up to 3, if not 2 stars after it has exploded o.O
May be more tho.
infinite and there are more and more arising every second
god doesnt exist, lol
Well as a fact there are more than a trillion trillion times the hair on our head.
haha I think its like.. infinite
God knows, ask him...lol
uncountable but...a lot.
A friggen crap load.
more than a lot
a lot lol