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Given the following planetary conditions, what would be the exact length of a year?

I did not calculate it too deeply, but probably there is no stable orbit so close to use with this configuration. My reasoning is that if the stars are perpendicular to the planet, it will be ...
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Given the following planetary conditions, what would be the exact length of a year?

About the same as the our Earth, but with more variability. The length of a sidereal year varies over time due to many factors. See this question. The changes you're making, specifically the binary ...
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Given the following planetary conditions, what would be the exact length of a year?

Frame challenge Here's a problem for you: it's located in a binary star system, where both suns have the same size and mass the summed up mass of both suns is equivalent to that of our sun does not ...
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Given the following planetary conditions, what would be the exact length of a year?

Considering that the star mass is the same as our Sun and the distance of the planet is the same as our Earth, in first approximation we can conclude that the orbital period will be equally the same: ...
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