The secret lives of stars

At first glance the stars that surround us may look similar to each other. By peering more closely at the sky, you find out that they have different colors and brightness. Some are very large and other decidedly smaller, almost “insignificant.” The specific characteristics of each star determines its lifespan and the type of destiny to which it is subject. They were born from clouds of dust and gas and sometimes they are not alone, but have another star as a traveling companion and host a planetary system that revolves around them. Each star has a history, a unique story, even billions of years long.

Duration about 25 minutes