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Stars twinkle because their light must pass through pockets of Earth's atmosphere that vary in temperature and density, and it's all very turbulent. On rough nights, a star appears to shift position constantly as its light is refracted this way and that
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2015-11-14T19:26:50+05:30
stars twinkle due to atmospheric refraction,i.e. because of the difference in the temperature of the air layers of the atmosphere.

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