• Star system or stellar system



  • Planetary system


A star system is a small number of stars which orbit each other, bound by gravitational attraction. Star system may also be used to refer to a system of a single star together with a planetary system of orbiting smaller bodies.[1]

Name Diameter Distance Temperature Moons Rings Atmosphere Type Life Forms Orbital Speed Mass Class Orbital Period Atmosphere Rotation gender Age Time of Formation
The Sun 860,000 miles 96,000,000 miles from Earth 5,800°F billions of planets and moons 1 H2 and He Red Giant unknown none 1000.0 times Jupiter Star
HD 149026b 72,000 miles 2,500,000 miles 3,700°F None None H2 and He Nightmare World 6.1 mi/sec none 75.5 times Earth Gas Giant
WASP-12b 91,893 miles 2.8,000,000 miles 4,000°F 58 None H2, He, and Carbon Closest Gas Giant 7.9 mi/sec none 1000.0 times Earth Gas Giant
COROT-7b 10,000 miles 4.2,000,000 miles 4,700°F 7 None Sulfuric Acid Cthonian Planet 3.9 mi/sec unknown 4.2 times Earth Molten Planet
WASP-18b 91,895 miles 5,000,000 miles 4,000°F 13 None H2, He, & NH4SH Scorching Gas Giant 8.1 mi/sec none 1000.0 times Earth Gas Giant
Bellerophon; 51 Pegasi b/HD 217014b 75,000 miles 6.9,000,000 miles 1,800°F 25 None H2 and He Hot Liquid Gas 7.9 mi/sec none 800.0 times Earth Gas Giant
Osiris; HD 209458b 89,000 miles 13.5,000,000 miles 2,000°F 18 None H2, He, 6C, 16S, O2, CO2, CO, CH4, HD, H2O, and climate-varible. 8.2 mi/sec none Saturn-sized Hot Jupiter 900.0 times Earth Gas Giant
Mercury 3,026 miles 25,000,000 miles 662°F 0 0 Airless; Thin 1.6 mi/sec none Desert Planet 6.2 times Pluto Rocky World




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