Au Simple solution, you said it, be silent then.<quoted text>
Hey lady, silence is golden. Now if you're going to find the answer on the periodic table to analyze that statement, make sure you don't run into a silver spoon.
Do you not see stars in the sky? What happens when you try to reach a star? Do you have an idea or any speculation at all?
The sky is a view of space. It's the expanse of space that gives it that view. It has no boundaries unless you are defining atmosphere. Can you guess what the word atmos is? Get a clue, missy.
Stars appear to be in the sky notice the word appear.
I dont know, tell me, what happens when you reach a star, considering that it has NEVER EVER been done, even for our closest star your question can only be hypothetical. However knowing what stars are then we can assume will burn to your component atoms long before you get close enough to say you have got there.
The sky is an effect of atmosphere, the sky we see is an effect of the atmosphere surrounding the planet we live on. It has the boundaries of the atmosphere surrounding the planet. Just because you give it an another, irrelevant definition is no ones fault but you own but it does explain your stupidity
Atmos? Well apart from the obvious shortening of the word atmosphere it was a device in a doctor who episode, a lighting effects studio, and cloud storage system and a thats the limits of my knowledge of the word so I did a google and there are over 14 million results, which were you referring to?