starlight

[stahr-lahyt]
noun
the light emanating from the stars.

Origin:
1325–75; Middle English; see star, light1

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starlight (ˈstɑːˌlaɪt)
 
n
1.  the light emanating from the stars
 
adj
2.  of or like starlight
3.  Also: starlit illuminated by starlight

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Example sentences
Some of the starlight still gets through, easily obscuring planets that are
  millions of times fainter than their parent stars.
When you observe a starlight, they are all real-time data.
The energy in the cosmic rays is found to be, roughly, the same as that of
  starlight.
In previous visible-light images, the nebula glowed blue with scattered
  starlight.
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