# What would a life form that evolved in deep space and without gravity look like? [closed]

Somehow the following hypothetical life form evolved in deep space with a long lifetime. It lives in a low orbit around massive stars, reproduces by eating interstellar gas and dust and uses the energy from the star to stay alive.

When the star begins to die, this lifeforms migrates to another one propelling itself with the rest of the collected energy.

Taking in account how it lives. Can withstand high radiation and heat, can live for a long time without food, Can travel astronomical distances only with its stored energy.

• What would its evolved body look like?
• is it organic?
• what shape and size such creatures may have?
• How they absorb energy?
• Which kind of propulsion they may use.

## closed as primarily opinion-based by Keelhaul, SJuan76, sphennings, Azuaron, Josh KingAug 24 '17 at 14:54

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• Secespitus, the life form did not evolve "on a planet with zero-G". The question says that it has never touched a planet, and how can a planet have zero G anyways? :) – Aric Aug 24 '17 at 14:34
• This is now less opinion-based, but it's still an idea generation question which are closed as too broad. Not only that, but the question asks 8 questions instead of 1, which would also get it hit with a too broad closure. – Azuaron Aug 24 '17 at 15:53
• Where is "deep space"? – Will Aug 25 '17 at 6:43
• I meant space between stars, were is nothing. – Jeacom Aug 25 '17 at 13:46