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Are there more suns outside the solar system?

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2012-03-18 21:02:15
2012-03-18 21:02:15

Yes. There are many stars outside our solar system. Our galaxy, The Milky Way, is home to a very small number of the stars in the universe. In fact, most the stars you see in the night sky are far beyond our solar system. There are billions, even trillions of suns out there, and it's even possible that some could support life.

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