Individuals have mapped the stars for many years, however for the greater part of that time no one had any sign what they were. The thought that stars were the same as the Sun, however an outrageously long way away, didn't turn up until the sixteenth century. In 1584, the Italian Philosopher Giordano Bruno concocted an entire bundle of hypotheses that we now know to be genuine. He said that stars were much the same as the Sun, that they were an enormous separation from the earth, and that they may even have planets like our own in circle. He additionally proposed that the universe may be unendingly large.of course, being relatively revolutionary on matters of space science wasn't beneficial for you in the sixteenth century. The Catholic Church detained Bruno in 1592. He was smoldered to death eight years after the fact. Through the following hundred years his thoughts came to be regularly acknowledged among researchers.