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A stellar system that has two stars orbiting around each other; double star
(Tekstil) A star system consisting of two stars orbiting around their common center of mass
a system of two stars that orbit a common center of gravity; also known as a double star
A pair of stars in orbit around their common centre of mass
(a) Accounting for around half the stars in the Galaxy, a binary consists of two stars in orbit around their common centre of gravity The stars' mutual gravitational attraction may distort their shapes, and an accretion disc may form around a more massive star from its smaller companion (b) Some stars get lonely out in the celestial void, so the goblins create companions for them to spend the rest of their days with
A pair of stars which are linked by gravity They revolve around a common center of mass [Images]
A system of two stars orbiting around a common center of mass due to their mutual gravity Binary stars are twins in the sense that they formed together out of the same interstellar cloud
two stars close together in the sky; they may be gravitationally bound objects or simply a projection effect on the sky
Two stars revolving about each other
Two stars revolving around a common center of gravity
A stellar system consisting of two stars orbiting about a common center of mass and often appearing as a single visual or telescope object Also known as a double star
A system of two stars, orbiting around one another Binary (and triple and even higher multiples) stars are very common; astronomers estimate that about half of all stars are members of multiple-star systems The nearest star to our solar system, Alpha Centauri, is actually our nearest example of a multiple star system — it consists of three stars — two very similar to our Sun and one dim, small, red star — orbiting around one another
A system of two stars revolving about their barycenter
a system of two stars that revolve around each other under their mutual gravitation
A double star or a system containing two or more stars
A stellar system consisting of two stars orbiting about a common center of mass and often appearing as a single visual or telescopic object. Also called double star. Pair of stars in orbit around a common centre of gravity. Their relative sizes and brightnesses and the distance between them vary widely. Perhaps half of all stars in the Milky Way Galaxy are binaries or members of more complex multiple systems. Some binaries form a class of variable stars (see eclipsing variable star). Stars can be identified as binaries in various ways visually by telescope, through spectroscopic observation, by changes in apparent brightness (when the dimmer star eclipses its companion), or by changes in the proper motion of the visible member (owing to the gravitational pull of the invisible companion)
Star system containing two or more stars
Two stars revolving around a common centre of gravity
binary star system
a binary star
binary star systems
plural form of binary star system
binary stars
plural form of binary star
binary stars
two stars which are indistinguishable by the naked eye
binary star
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