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    'Hey, can we go on land?'

    Sun-icon.png The Sun is a deadly lazer!
    'Oh, okay.'
    Not anymore; there's a blanket!

    — Bill Wurtz, history of the entire world, i guess

    Sun-icon.png Sunball or Solball is a deadly lazer yellow main-sequence starball with a spectral class G2 V. It is the center of the Solar System.

    Most of the religionballs worship Sun-icon.png Sunball, whether they admit it or not. In some religions, Sun-icon.png Sunball was portrayed being a god (like Ra in Kemetism-icon.png Kemetismball,or Surya in Hinduism inti), in other religions it is portrayed being a goddess (like Amaterasu in Shintoism-icon.png Shintoismball). But being a starball it is probably genderless.


    It is made mainly of Hydrogen and Helium. Although it actually has every known element in the universe just like every other main-sequence star.


    The Solar System was born from a solar nebula. About 4.6 billion years ago, a Red Giant-icon.png red supergiantball became a supernova, disrupting the nebula. At the center, Sun-icon.png Protosunball was born. Scientists found out Sun-icon.png Protosunball was born in a binary with Red Dwarf-icon.png Nemesisball, which left 600 million years after Sun-icon.png Sunball's birth. Once it fused hydrogen into helium, Sun-icon.png Protosunball became a main-sequence starball. Sun-icon.png Sunball blew gasses and volatiles away from the inner solar system, leaving metals and silicates. Jupiter-icon.png Jupiterball formed first and spiraled inward toward Sun-icon.png Sunball. Had this continued, it would have become a WASP-12b-icon.png hot Jupiterball like other exoplanetballs. Luckily, Saturn-icon.png Saturnball formed; like Jupiter-icon.png Jupiterball, Saturn-icon.png Saturnball was on a death spiral, but their combined gravity moved them away from Sun-icon.png Sunball. In the process, Jupiter-icon.png Jupiterball left some water.

    Jupiter-icon.png Jupiterball, Saturn-icon.png Saturnball, Planet Nine-icon.png Fifth Giantball (the possible Planet Nine-icon.png Planet Nineball), Neptune-icon.png Neptuneball, and Uranus-icon.png Uranusball entered orbital resonances. Meanwhile, Mercury-icon.png Mercuryball, Venus-icon.png Venusball, Earth-icon.png Earthball, Theia-icon.png Theiaball, and Mars-icon.png Marsball formed in the inner solar system.

    The four surviving inner planetballs each suffered collisions: Mercury-icon.png Mercuryball crashed into Earth-icon.png Earthball, causing it to lose its mantle. Venus-icon.png Venusball Anschlussed a Mars-sized protoplanetball, flipping it upside down and entering a retrograde rotation. Theia-icon.png Theiaball collided with Earth-icon.png Earthball (forming Moon-icon.png Moonball), and Mars-icon.png Marsball Anschlussed a Pluto-sized protoplanetball, affecting its northern hemisphere.

    Jupiter-icon.png Jupiterball almost ejected Planet Nine-icon.png Fifth Giantball. Its fate is unknown; it is either a rogue planetball or hiding as Planet Nine-icon.png Planet Nineball. Unfortunately, the resonance was broken, and Neptune-icon.png Neptuneball was flung to Kuiper Beltring (capturing Triton-icon.png Tritonball), sending many to the inner planetballs.

    After the Late Heavy Bombardment, Venus-icon.png Venusball, Earth-icon.png Earthball, and Mars-icon.png Marsball had water; it is possible that 6-icon.png 6balls thrived. However, Mars-icon.png Marsball cooled, losing its liquid water to space or keeping it frozen or underground. Venus-icon.png Venusball was habitable for longer, but 700 million years ago, it could not into habitable, leaving Earth-icon.png Earthball.


    Currently, Sun-icon.png Sunball is about halfway through its main-sequence stage. Every one billion years, Sun-icon.png Sunball has been getting hotter and brighter. In 1 billion years, the increased luminosity will cause Earth-icon.png Earthball to no longer be habitable (as it will be too hot). In 5 billion years, Sun-icon.png Sunball will run out of hydrogen in its core. It will then burn it around its core, turning Sun-icon.png Sunball into a Red Giant-icon.png red giantball. Due to the increasing solar wind, it will lose some of its mass, causing the planetballs' orbits to expand. Red Giant-icon.png Sunball will then Anschluss Mercury-icon.png Mercuryball and (very rapidly) enter its helium flash. Venus-icon.png Venusball's fate, however, is uncertain. Then, Red Giant-icon.png Sunball will shrink to become a Red Dwarf-icon.png red clumpball. It will remain stable as it fuses helium in its core.

    Soon, Red Dwarf-icon.png Sunball will run out of helium in its core, causing it to enter its asymptotic giant phase. Red Giant-icon.png Sunball will continue to lose mass and expand periodically, turning it into a variable starball. Red Giant-icon.png Sunball will Anschluss Venus-icon.png Venusball in the process (if it survives the first red giant stage). Earth-icon.png Earthball's fate is less certain, as drag could cause Red Giant-icon.png Sunball to Anschluss Earth-icon.png Earthball.

    Once Red Giant-icon.png Sunball reaches 256 times its current size, it will shed its outer layers as a planetary nebula. Its core will shrink to about the size of Earth-icon.png Earthball, becoming a White Dwarf-icon.png white dwarfball. Gradually, the giant planetballs will leave White Dwarf-icon.png Sunball due to encounters with other stellar remnants. Eventually, Mars-icon.png Marsball (and Earth-icon.png Earthball, if it survives) will crash into White Dwarf-icon.png Sunball due to gravitational radiation. Once it cools beyond its Draper Point, White Dwarf-icon.png Sunball will become a Black Dwarf-icon.png black dwarfball, which could decay via proton decay. The same fate awaits the ejected planetballs.

    If proton decay does not happen, Black Dwarf-icon.png Sunball and the ejected planetballs will, via quantum tunneling, turn into Iron-icon.png iron stars. In turn, the Iron-icon.png iron stars will become Neutron Star-icon.png neutron stars. Finally, the Neutron Star-icon.png neutron stars will become Black Hole-icon.png black holeballs. Then, with nothing to Anschluss, the Black Hole-icon.png black holeballs will decay via Hawking radiation.

    Planetary System

    Bold means habitable. Italics means potentially habitable. None of the above means not habitable.

    1. Mercury-icon.png Mercuryball - Sol I
    2. Venus-icon.png Venusball - Sol II
    3. Earth-icon.png Earthball - Sol III
    4. Mars-icon.png Marsball - Sol IV
    5. Vesta-icon.png Vestaroid - Sol 4
    6. Ceres-icon.png Ceresball - Sol 1
    7. Jupiter-icon.png Jupiterball - Sol V
    8. Saturn-icon.png Saturnball - Sol VI
    9. Uranus-icon.png Uranusball - Sol VII
    10. Neptune-icon.png Neptuneball - Sol VIII
    11. Orcus-icon.png Orcusball - Sol 90482
    12. Pluto-icon.png Plutoball - Sol 134340(formerly Sol IX)
    13. Haumea-icon.png Haumeapotato - Sol 136108
    14. Quaoar-icon.png Quaoarball - Sol 50000
    15. Makemake-icon.png Makemakeball - Sol 136472
    16. (225088) 2007 OR10-icon.png Gonggongball - Sol 225008
    17. Eris-icon.png Erisball - Sol 136199
    18. Sedna-icon.png Sednaball - Sol 90377

    Europa-icon.png Europaball (a moon of Jupiter-icon.png Jupiterball), Titan-icon.png Titanball (a moon of Saturn-icon.png Saturnball), and Triton-icon.png Tritonball (a moon of Neptune-icon.png Neptuneball) are potentially habitable.


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