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a.1.Like or resembling the sun.
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It smote her with the wretched conviction that Providence intermeddled not in these petty wrongs of one individual to his fellow, nor had any balm for these little agonies of a solitary soul; but shed its justice, and its mercy, in a broad, sunlike sweep, over half the universe at once.
That will take care of us for quite a while since sunlike stars last 12 billion years before they fizzle.
Not only is it a pretty double, but in it we see a fascinating juxtaposition of a sunlike star with a red dwarf.
Based on observations of young sunlike stars, researchers estimate that "super" solar flares bombarded Earth with energetic particles daily around 4 billion years ago.
However, in the second theory, called the single-degenerate model, the second star is instead a sunlike star--or even a red giant, a much larger type of star.
Thus, the bright sunlike star at the heart of this system is named Kepler-444.
Astronomers made the historic discovery of the very first exoplanet in orbit around a sunlike star with the spotting of 51 Pegasi b, or 51 Peg b for short.
Dubbed a "mega-Earth," the exoplanet Kepler-10c weighs 17 times as much as Earth and it circles a sunlike star in the constellation Draco.
SUnlike in Britain, where the music stopped for just a brief time, the only tune you'll be dancing to now is that of the 6am prison roll call you'll hear until your dying day.
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According to that data set, the closest existing cluster with sunlike stars is M67.
The red dwarf, called KOI-961, was first flagged as a potential planetary system by the Kepler mission, a space telescope that looks for planets around sunlike stars by scanning the sky for stars that periodically dip in brightness-the result of one or more planets passing in front of them.