When our sun was born 4.5 billion years ago, it was almost certainly part of pair—but that’s true of every other sun-like star in the universe.
Many stars have companions, including our nearest neighbor, Alpha Centauri, a triplet system. Astronomers have long sought an explanation. Are binary and triplet star systems born that way? Did one star capture another? Do binary stars sometimes split up and become single stars?
http://www.futurity.org/binary-stars-sp ... n-1459802/
I wonder if this affects Velikovsky's theories...........
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