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A star system, also known as a planetary system, or simply a system, was the term for a group of bodies that orbited a star. Systems usually included one or more planets, along with debris—such as comets and asteroids—that remained from the formation of the primary bodies. The standard practice of naming a system was to designate it by either its star or primary planet.

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