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Re: Alpha Centauri Star System:

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Posted by Vincent Talloen/">Vincent Talloen on July 20, 1998 08:12:01 UTC

If the two fastest orbiting stars in the alpha centauri system are this close to eachother isn't it hard for planets to develop. 'cause the stars suck up all the proto-planet material e.g. gas, plasma etc.?

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