Multiple Star Systems Are Pretty Common in Our Universe

Julie Wilde from explains a strange phenomenon of multiple star systems that scientists consider as a common system in the space. The majority of these multiple star systems is binary systems that consist of two stars, one larger than another, orbiting around a common center. Binary star systems appear in different forms, such as spectroscopic binary, eclipsing binary, etc.

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