Aries, a constellation and the first sign of the zodiac. The name means "The Ram." Aries is a small constellation that contains no noteworthy stars. Although it can be seen in the evening during the autumn, it is not easily identifiable.
A dying star can explode with the force of a few octillion nuclear bombs and create any element in the universe. But why do stars go supernova?
Mars, which is the fourth planet from the sun and the third smallest in size, got its name because of its rusty red color. People associated the planet's blood-red color with war, so they named it Mars, after the Roman god of war.