Describe the sun's mass in regards to all other objects orbiting in our solar system.
The Sun is the star at the center of our Solar System (often abbreviated to "Sol" to differentiate with the millions of other Solar Systems in the universe). Its mass and gravitational effects keep all the planets and other various objects in the Solar System moving in a more-or-less stable orbital structure. The Sun is the largest and most massive object in the Solar System, and so forms the largest part of the Solar System's...
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