What a five star system looks like.

This artist’s impression shows a sunset seen from the super-Earth Gliese 667 Cc. The brightest star in the sky is the red dwarf Gliese 667 C, which is part of a triple star system. The other two more distant stars, Gliese 667 A and B appear in the sky also to the right. Astronomers have estimated that there are tens of billions of such rocky worlds orbiting faint red dwarf stars in the Milky Way alone.

Via: dailymail.co.uk Picture a beautiful day with a clear blue sky, birds chirping, and the sunset in the distance. Now imagine this same landscape except with not one, not two, but five suns shining from differing distances in the sky!  This reality exists in a recently discovered solar system, known …

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A Star System So Unique, It’s Rated Five Stars…Literally

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Picture a beautiful day, with a clear blue sky, birds chirping, and the sunset in the distance.  Now, imagine this same landscape, except with not one, not two, but five suns shining from different distances in the sky!  This reality exists in a recently discovered solar system, known as 1SWASP …

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