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Last Post 3/24/2011 10:39 AM by  Terry Kucera
Suns in other Galaxies
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3/24/2011 5:07 AM

    Hi, my name is Logan. I am in the 9th grade at Quaker Digital Academy. My question is, are there suns in other galaxies?

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    Terry Kucera

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    3/24/2011 10:39 AM

    Hi Logan,

    Other galaxies, like ours, contain billions of stars. Many of these are similar to the Sun. We don't know yet if they have planets around them, but we have started discovering that many stars in our galaxy have planets, so that is probably true in other galaxies as well.



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