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I consider the edge of any solar system the distance beyond which the central star(s) don't provide for enough light to create a reasonable "day" on the star-facing side. In other words, if you're on a celestial body that has night on all sides (e.g. on an Oort cloud object), you may no longer consider being in that solar system, you're just on a ...


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