With 'Stars Live Wallpaper' you'll have a lively animated background filled with cute little stars in various colors. The cute images will provide you with pleasure and brightness during the gloomy days, so don't waste your time - download 'Stars Live Wallpaper' and illuminate your phone screen while you're gazing at the night sky. - Ideal live wallpaper for Android! - Whenever you tap on the screen, new bright stars appear! - Five types of background styles! - Three types of speed of the floating objects: slow, normal, fast! - Full support for landscape mode and home-screen switching! - Choose this animated background and you won't regret! Follow the installation instructions: Home -> Menu -> Wallpapers -> Live Wallpapers 'Stars Live Wall Paper' is an ideal background for girls - it is lively, cheerful and full of vibrant colors. The starry pictures are very enjoyable and they're here to raise your spirits any time you use your phone. For thousands of years, human beings have looked into the night sky and wondered about what they saw. What were the sparkling objects above? How did they move? How far away were they? Were they all the same? Over time, stories were told about them. The stories turned into myths and legends. Observations were also made about the sky objects. These observations were the beginnings of astronomy. Looking up into the sky at night you can see many celestial objects. Early mariners used them for navigation. Today we know much more about planets, Sun, moon and other objects in our "Solar system". These objects change over time. It may take millions to billions of years for an object to live out its life. That is a very, very long time! They are formed initially from gas and dust. They are composed mainly of the hydrogen gas. They are very hot and give off huge amounts of energy in the form of heat and light. A meteor shower is a spike in the number of meteors or shooting stars that streak through the night sky. The short-lived trail of light the burning meteoroid produces is called a meteor. If any part of the meteoroid survives burning up and actually hits the Earth, that remaining bit is then called a meteorite. These celestial objects are contained in galaxies. You can see them twinkling dots of light in the sky. Some of them appear to move in shapes and patterns - these patterns are called constellations.