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The sun is an average star in an average galaxy, floating in a universe that is perhaps only one of an infinite number of universes. As diminutive as this might sound, it is chiefly responsible for all life on Earth, the wind and the rain, the environment of space, and in shaping the design and composition of the entire solar system. In this science update, we looked at the role the sun has played in shaping the many bodies in the solar system, the impact it has on life, technology, and society, and its future among the stars.
Presenter: Lou Mayo
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