Is there another sun in a different galaxy?


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  • Just get up from the couch and fucking travel there to experience yourself. God, how bored people are sometimes.

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What Girls Said 1

  • Probably, considering the sun is really just a big happy star :P

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What Guys Said 9

  • Yes. There are more Stars (Suns) in the Universe then there are grains of sand on the beach.

    Our galaxy alone has about 300 billion stars. And that's just one galaxy out of hundreds of billions.

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  • Is this question serious or does a 25+ year old not really know basic astronomy?

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  • Yes.
    At around billions of trillion trillions of galaxies each containing billions of trillion trillions of suns... yeah i think the chances are pretty good :)

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  • Yes, there are plenty.

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  • Well the sun is a star, there are billions of stars in our galaxy, and billions of galaxies with billions more stars in them. So yes. There will be many stars identical to our sun if odds mean anything in this universe.

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  • What? You've never been?

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  • There are millions of suns in every galaxy.

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  • I don't understand your question.

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  • The Sun is a star. Probably, there're thousands or more such suns in the Milky Way

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