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Sun Replaced With Other Stars (11 pics)

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  • 10 Mar, 2015  |
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What our sunset would look like if the Sun was replaced with other stars.

1 Sun Replaced With Other Stars (11 pics)


2 Sun Replaced With Other Stars (11 pics)


3 Sun Replaced With Other Stars (11 pics)


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5 Sun Replaced With Other Stars (11 pics)



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7 Sun Replaced With Other Stars (11 pics)


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11 Sun Replaced With Other Stars (11 pics)


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№1 Author: Slugsie (10 Mar 2015 03:02) Total user comments: 1584


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Why stop at only 1.7 x Sun diameter, why not continue to the stars that are hundreds, even thousands of times the Suns diameter?
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№2 Author: Mar (10 Mar 2015 03:17) Total user comments: 0


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Because it would just be white photo and Earth probably wouldn't exist :)
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№3 Author: Hypertension (10 Mar 2015 03:55) Total user comments: 1195


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I like Gliese 581, seems appease me.
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№4 Author: Egbert (10 Mar 2015 10:41) Total user comments: 393


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Slugsie, mass, not diameter.
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№5 Author: Lu (10 Mar 2015 18:35) Total user comments: 15101


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Slightly interesting post.
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№6 Author: saint357 (10 Mar 2015 19:00) Total user comments: 2366


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yep
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№7 Author: shade (10 Mar 2015 20:52) Total user comments: 1598


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Tau Ceti looks almost exactly like our Sun. And Kepler-35 looks like someone creepy is always staring from the sky :01:
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№8 Author: Lalimule (10 Mar 2015 23:35) Total user comments: 140


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Deja vu
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№9 Author: bigdaddy2013 (11 Mar 2015 18:38) Total user comments: 712


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Hypertension,
Easy now, Satan....
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