All the stars are at the same distance from us – False
Stars are celestial bodies that emit their own light and heat. Our sun is an example of a star. Although stars are always present in the sky but are only visible at night due to the absence of sunlight. They appear as points as they are millions of kilometres away from us. Stars twinkle as their light gets refracted in our atmosphere. The position of stars keeps changing as seen from the earth’s surface, apart from the Polestar whose position is fixed.