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For questions about any large astronomical bodies classified as planets, and their effects on their systems.

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radius (by the way, the sun's radius is about 10 times Jupiter's radius), the gravitational pull would be stable enough that the secondary star, like our planets, would be able to remain in orbit … first orbital, then the home planet in the story (the size of earth) with at least one moon in the second orbital, and then the third orbital onwards may or may not be occupied by planets, it's not …
asked May 25 '16 by ASH-Aisyah