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revised Is the Jupiter-Sun system considered a binary system of some type?
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comment Is the Jupiter-Sun system considered a binary system of some type?
You're right Jupiter is indeed the only exception (i'll go ahead and edit that in the answer just to be clear). Though the Sun is not a planet, so i'm not certain the double planet classification holds. Jupiter is also not a star from the reasons stated above so it's not a binary star system. I don't believe a special status name exists for this type of phenonmenon.
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answered Is the Jupiter-Sun system considered a binary system of some type?
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comment What is the current accepted theory as to why Titan has retained its atmosphere?
Thanks! I've went ahead and edited in some links.
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revised What is the current accepted theory as to why Titan has retained its atmosphere?
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answered What is the current accepted theory as to why Titan has retained its atmosphere?