The notion of star It has several uses. The term is often used to refer to Venus , one of the planets of the Solar system .
Venus is the second planet of Solar system closest to Sun , in back of Mercury . Regarding size, it is the sixth largest planet in the group.
In the sky, Venus it is the brightest object after the Moon and of Sun . That is why it is usually called morning Star when it can be observed at dawn and Afternoon star or Evening star If it can be detected at sunset.
That particular brightness generated the development of various beliefs and superstitions regarding the morning Star and at Afternoon star although both "Stars" they are the same body light blue (the planet Venus ).
Metaphorically, lucero is called that which shines or that has splendor . In the poetry It is usual to be noted as stars to the eyes . For example: “The arrival of my son was a star in my existence”, "The boy watched the show with his eyes like stars", “When you look at me like that, your stars shine on me”.
A star, on the other hand, is a White stain that certain animals Quadrupeds have on the forehead. By extension, these specimens are also known as stars.
A horse star or a bull star , in this framework, exhibits such characteristic . It can be a long star , a lost star , a Lucero Corrido or a lace star according to the singularities of the white mole.
Lucero Finally, it is a neighborhood of the city Spanish from Madrid and a fairly common last name in Spanish-speaking countries.