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Planet With Three Suns Discovered

07/14/2005 4:00 PM

Astronomers have discovered a planet outside of our solar system with not one, but three suns. The new finding could upset existing theories that planets usually form out of gas and dust circling a single star. It may also lead scientists to look in new places for undiscovered planets.

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07/15/2005 8:07 AM

I'm just curious how a plant can have any type of stable orbit with 3 massive gravitation pull acting on it at all times. The artist's conceptual painting was great though.

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