Stars

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A star is a luminous cosmic body.

Star, Stars or The Star may also refer to:

Symbols or graphic devices

Places

Russia

United Kingdom

United States

Elsewhere

People

  • Darren Star (born 1961), American producer, director and writer best known for creating the hit TV shows Melrose Place, Beverly Hills, 90210, and Sex and the City
  • Ryan Star (born 1978), American singer-songwriter
  • Star Jones (born 1962), American co-host of the television show The View, lawyer, journalist and writer
  • Zonnique "Star" Pullins, member of the teenage girl group OMG Girlz

Entertainment

Music

Bands

Albums

Songs

Fiction

Films

Television

Games

Other

  • Patrick Star, a major character in the animated television series SpongeBob SquarePants
  • Star (unicorn), the mate of Swift Wind in She-Ra
  • S.T.A.R. Labs, an organization in the DC Comics fictional universe
  • Special Tactics and Rescue Service (S.T.A.R.S.), a fictional police force in the Resident Evil series

Business

Publications

Television

  • E! (Canadian TV channel), a Canadian cable channel formerly known as Star!
  • Star Channel, a Greek television channel
  • Star Cinema, a Filipino film and television production company and distributor
  • STAR TV (Asia), a broadcasting corporation
  • Star TV (Turkey) a Turkish television channel

Radio

Airlines

Other

Sports teams

Baseball

Basketball

  • Los Angeles Stars, a basketball team from 1968–1970 in the original American Basketball Association
  • Los Angeles Stars (2000–2001), a basketball team from 2000–2001 in the newer American Basketball Association
  • Los Angeles Stars (2004–2005), a basketball team from 2004–2005 in the newer American Basketball Association
  • Utah Stars, a 1970–1976 American basketball team, formerly the Los Angeles Stars

Hockey

Other

  • Melbourne Stars, an Australian Big Bash League cricket team
  • Minnesota Stars FC, an American soccer team in the NASL

Mathematics

Vehicles

Air

Land

Sea

Technology

  • STAR Bus, a satellite platform
  • Pyrotechnic star
  • Xerox Star, a 1981 computer workstation
  • Stars, an unofficial codename for AMD's K10 microarchitecture
  • Star (Unix), an implementation of the tar file archiver
  • Stars virus, computer virus that was discovered by Iran in 2011

Acronyms and initialisms

Science

Organizations

Education

Law enforcement

Transportation

Other

Other uses

See also

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