Does every star have planets?

In 1992, astronomers discovered the first planet outside the solar system. Since then, telescopes have spotted thousands of these so-called exoplanets orbiting not only sun-like stars but also in binary star systems; Cool little stars are called red dwarfs; Even infinitesimally neutron stars. It suffices to make you wonder: Does every star have at least one planet orbiting it?

No. Jonathan Lunin, chair of the astronomy department at Cornell University, said in one word: No. This, at least not as far as we know.

Olga Dmitrieva

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