Second-graders in Missouri ask, "Why do stars twinkle instead of shine steady?" and "Do stars move at night or do they just look like they do because of the earth spinning?" Find out from Prof. Anna Frebel! Learn more about Prof. Frebel and her research at http://annafrebel.com/
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