The magic of the starry sky
The starry sky is an enchanting natural spectacle that has been observed and admired for thousands of years. It is made up of countless stars, planets, galaxies and other celestial objects spread across the vastness of the universe. The view of the starry sky varies depending on the time of year, location and weather conditions. On a clear night you can see some of the most famous constellations such as the constellation Orion, Cassiopeia or the Great and Little Bears. Studies of the starry sky have a long history and have led to many important discoveries and insights into the universe.
Children and stars
The starry sky can be a fascinating world of adventure and discovery for children. Children can discover the beauty and magic of the universe by observing the night sky and stimulate their imagination. There are many ways to introduce children to the starry sky, such as through children's books about astronomy, visiting a planetarium or observing the sky together with a telescope. Introducing children to astronomy can spark their interest in science and technology and stimulate their creativity and imagination.