Then they'd adapt or die?
All true for what already exists before the planets are sent adrift because their sun died. But isn't it a fact that all those situations were first formed by elements from that now-gone sun? So, can life continue to exist and develop further without a sun to "feed" its planets? If not, what happens when resources are all gone? A long, long time period, of course. Just asking.
Planets Surviving Without A Host Star?
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Posted 22 May 2019 - 02:14 PM
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