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Middle Aged (35-54)
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When we look at the sky, what do you see during the day? We see the sun. During night we see a vast space with the moon and numerous small points of light. Most of these appears to twinkle and we call them as stars. If you look carefully you will able to see a few points of light which do not appear or twinkle. These could be planets. All the objects in the sky are called heavenly bodies or celestial bodies, the sun, the stars, the planets including the Earth, the celestial bodies. We cannot see many of the other celestial bodies because they are very, very far from us. But if we look through a telescope, we can see much more of the vast infinite space that we call the universe. So Children in this chapter will be studying about the universe, galaxy, heavenly bodies or celestial bodies and about our solar system and the name of the chapters Earth and the solar system.