- From sun + -like. (Wiktionary)
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“The gravitational interactions among the five planets circling closest to the sunlike star reveal they take 10, 13, 23, 32 and 47 days, respectively, to complete a "year.”
“The research was published in 2009 and represents the teasing out of one of the first three-planet solar systems orbiting a sunlike star.”
“But little more than a decade later, we know that the gas methane exists on a giant planet orbiting a star 63 light-years away, that sodium exists on a planet orbiting a sunlike star 150 light-years away, and that evidence of both oxygen and carbon has been detected enveloping another planet in that solar system.”
“There were two prep rooms: In the first, just beyond the retail area, there was an enormous oven that radiated sunlike heat, and a wooden bench at the end of which there was always a case of eggs.”
“I giggle with delight, watching him chew openmouthed, only dragging myself away from his sunlike presence to look over at the speech therapist to make sure she shares in the wonder of this feat.”
“Mars, a world where Martians pay homage to a sunlike globe -- floating high above their cities of the interior.”
“Another (remote) possibility is that the glowing tap- is derived from the twisting tap- via the Aryan goddess Tabiti, who apparently was identified by the sunlike pattern of her hair (note that I have nothing to do with that site, despite part of my username appearing in the URL).”
“The Targeted Search focuses on the nearest 1,000 sunlike stars, within 80 light-years of Earth.”
“Tatooine would be circling a sunlike planet with a red giant in the distance.”
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