Are All Stars Suns?

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According to astronomers, not all stars are Suns. This is because a Sun is a star which is located at the centre of the solar system and has a number of planets rotating around them, while stars lack planets rotating around them.
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Our sun is officially classified as a G2 yellow dwarf, which is a medium in regards to mass, density, and luminosity. The next stage of life for Sol is to become a Red Giant.
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it is not brighter than ALL stars but the reason that it's brighter than some stars because of it's type.
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It's a mixed bag of stars doing different things. None of them seem associated with our own star. There are some groups with similar motions, perhaps former Open Clusters now dispersing
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