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Jupiter a failed star?

 People with rudimentary knowledge in astrophysics know the stars are formed gases and nuclear fusion in the core creates the energy. Our sun has enough mass and ignited nuclear fusion in the core. Apparently, the sun got more than 99% mass of our solar system. Even though Jupiter is 2.5 times as massive as all the other planets in the solar system combined, sadly it's still not big enough. If the gas giant had approximately 80 times more, it would have been able to achieve enough mass to ignite nuclear fusion in its core, which by the way, is still radiating heat left from the time of its formation.  Not to mention, Jupiter really gives a strong competition to our Sun. Containing approximately 90% hydrogen and 10% helium, which is quite similar to our sun's atmosphere containing 75% hydrogen and 25% Helium, it also has the strongest planetary magnetic field in the solar system, second only to the sun. If that was not enough, the planet can sometimes even produce more powerfu

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