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Kepler-78ball is a starball with similar mass to Sunball.
If you put Kepler-56ball and Kepler-78ball together, you get Kepler-5678ball. It has one planetball with an orbit of 8.5 Earth hours.
Kepler-78ball can into one planetball: Kepler-78 bball. Kepler-78 bball has an orbital period of 8.5 hours, meaning its distance is extremely close. Similar to CoRoT-7bball, Kepler-78 bball can into lava planet. It may be a Chthonian planetball, since Kepler-78 bball couldn't have formed at its present location.