The sun is not the sun, scientists have concluded.

The idea that the sun is actually a massive sphere of matter called a solar system, a big ball of energy, has long been debunked by scientists.

Now, however, a team of astronomers has concluded that the planet is not really a planet at all.

The research, published in The Astrophysical Journal, is the most comprehensive attempt yet to explain the nature of the solar system.

It was led by researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy in Heidelberg, Germany.

They analyzed data from the Hubble Space Telescope, which has captured pictures of stars, planets and other objects since its launch in 1980.

The team looked at the distance between the sun and all the stars in the galaxy.

They found that the distance was about 4,000 light years.

That’s a little less than one-third of the distance from the sun to the sun.

The closest star in the solar neighborhood is about 9.4 light years away.

The next closest star is about 11.4, the farthest one is about 17.8 light years, and the closest dwarf star is more than 50 times farther away.

Pischkel is not convinced that the stars are actually stars, but the theory that they are. “

This means that we can detect them and learn a lot about the planets that may be there.”

Pischkel is not convinced that the stars are actually stars, but the theory that they are.

The stars that are in the sky are actually just dust, he said.

And if they were stars, then we would have seen them at the same time as the sun at the center of the Milky Lake.

But stars are much more common than dust, so they must have been moving around a lot.

So if the stars were moving in a galaxy, that’s the most likely explanation.

So what is a solar solar system?

If you want to know how the universe came into being, you could look at stars and planets.

In the beginning of time, there was just a single star called the sun that orbited the Milkyway galaxy.

It is believed to have formed about 13 billion years ago.

The sun’s core is believed not to be solid, but is made of mostly hydrogen and helium.

In a solar day, the sun creates about 3 billion suns.

The solar system is made up of many stars and a planet.

It has four planets, four moons, and two rocky planets.

The most massive one is Neptune, which is about 30 times as big as Earth.

The planets orbit in their orbits around the sun about once every 6 hours.

It takes about 5.2 billion years for the planets to complete their orbits.

They will have been there for a long time.

But the sun will never completely go out of existence.

The last solar system to end was the supernova explosion that killed the sun in 652 B.C. It also created the planets Jupiter and Saturn.

The planet Jupiter orbits the sun once every 12 hours.

Jupiter is the closest of the four planets in our solar system and is about three times farther from the center than the sun itself.

It orbits the star Vesta about once a day.

The moon Europa is the smallest planet in the Solar system.

About the size of a small soccer ball, it orbits the Sun every six hours.

Europa is about 1.5 times larger than the Earth, which means it’s more than a billion times as large as the Earth.

Europa orbits the stars Uranus and Neptune.

Uranus orbits the planet Saturn every 12.5 hours.

The largest object in our Solar System is our own moon, Mercury.

Mercury orbits the earth about once per day.

It’s one of the few bodies in our galaxy that orbits the Earth once a year.

Its orbit around the Earth is about 12.4 Earth years.

And then there’s Pluto, which orbits the dwarf planet Pluto about once each year.

The dwarf planet orbits the outermost planet of the Solar Cluster, which includes Pluto.

Pluto is about one-fifth the size and mass of Pluto, and it orbits around Neptune every 15 days.

Pluto’s gravity pulls the dwarf Planet in the opposite direction, so Pluto orbits the other way every 10 days.

And Pluto and Neptune are the closest objects in our Galaxy.

The final one is Pluto’s moon Charon, which goes by the name Charon.

It only takes a little over a billion years to create Charon and it’s only about 10,000 times farther than Pluto.

Charon is the largest object ever discovered, about 10 times larger and about a billion and a half times more massive than Pluto and