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I'm aware that our solar system is largely/roughly on a single orbital plane, but haven't other star system's orbital planes been scrambled by billions of years of interaction?

If so - how much chance is there that an exoplanetary system's orbital plane is inclined favourably enough to witness the dimming of a transiting planet across its sun?

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