Yes, if it is the sun. No if it is any other star in the entire universe.
Yes, our Sun is a star, and it is part of the Solar System. There are no other stars known to be part of the Solar System, although the possibility still exists that one will be found. In that case it would have to be a very faint star.
No, Sirius is not part of our solar system. The only star in our solar system is the sun.
My (and I assume your) solar system revolves around the sun, which is a star. So yes, there is one star in our solar system.
There is only one star that is part of our solar system. That is the sun. The stars we see are outside our solar system. "Solar" refers to our star. It holds the solar system together as it is through its gravity that everything orbits it, creating the solar system. So it is the key part of our solar system. That is why it is part of it.
No, a pulsar star is not in our solar system.
There is one star in our solar system: the sun.
No, the solar system is centred on one star, our star called the Sun. The next nearest star is about 9000 times further away than Neptune.
Yes it is. In our solar system the star is the Sun. It's very much part of the system. In fact "solar" is a word derived from "SOL" (another name for the Sun).
The solar system is not part of any other star system. It is part of a galaxy called Milky Way.
there is only one star in our solar system...it is the sun. YO!
Not part of our Solar system - but it is believed to be orbiting a star similar to our own.
It is part of the Solar System. The Solar System includes planets, moons, comets, asteroids, a star and dwarf planets like Pluto.
Part of a binary star system.
Our solar system is in a galaxy called the Milky Way. There are pulsars in our galaxy, but not in our solar system.
It is part of the Solar System. The Solar System includes the eight planets, moons, comets, asteroids, a star and dwarf planets like Pluto.
Capella is a star, so it is not itself a solar system. Our sun is not a solar system, but it is part of the solar system along with the planets, moons, comets, asteroids and other objects. If Capella has any of those things, then it is part of a solar system.
The Sun is the star in our solar system.
There's only one star that's a part of our solar system . . . the one we call "the sun". None of the other stars is anywhere near our solar system.
That would be difficult to explain. -- The Sun IS a star. -- It IS in my solar system. -- It's the ONLY star in my solar system. -- So the sun is THE star in my solar system.
The Pole Star or Polaris is actually a Triple Star system and it is Not a part of the Solar System. It is approximately 430 light years from Earth in the Constellation Ursa Minor.
There are no star patterns in the solar system. There is only one star in the solar system ... the sun.
No. There is one star in our solar system, and no other solar systems within it.
Because the 'Solar System' all revolves around one star, Sol or the Sun. The North Star is another star light years away from the Sun.
Our solar system has one star; the Sun.
we do not have an exploding star in our solar system.
There are no red giants or any other star besides the Sun in the solar system.