The Sunball is a deadly lazer yellow main-sequence starball with a spectral class G2 V. He is the center of the Solar System.

Most of the religionballs worship Sun-icon.png Sunball, whether they admit it or not. In some religions, Sun-icon.png Sunball was portrayed being a god (like Ra in Kemetism-icon.png Kemetismball,or inti), in other religions it is portrayed being a goddess (like Amaterasu in Shintoism-icon.png Shintoismball). But being a starball it is probably genderless.


It is made mainly of hydrogen and helium. Although it actually has every known element in the universe just like every other main-sequence star.

Life Cycle

It was born as a protostar about 4.6 billion years ago. As more and more gas collapsed on the young protostar, it then began to fuse hydrogen into helium, and matured into a main sequence star. Gasses and volatiles were blow away by its stellar radiation from the inner solar system, leaving metals and silicates which then formed Mercury-icon.png Mercuryball, Venus-icon.png Venusball, Earth-icon.png Earthball, and Mars-icon.png Marsball. Beyond the frost line, gasses and volatiles weren't vaporised, and thus accumalated into the outer planetballs: Jupiter-icon.png Jupiterball, Saturn-icon.png Saturnball, Uranus-icon.png Uranusball, and Neptune-icon.png Neptuneball.

Sun-icon.png Sunball is about halfway through its main sequence stage. In the future, It will gradually grow more luminous, until at last all the hydrogen in its core is exhausted. Its core will then begin to collapse, and the extra pressure will trigger the sudden fusion of helium in what is known as a "Helium Flash." The sudden outpour of new energy in its core will start to rapidly push his outer layers out, growing even more luminous and cooler. Then, as the fusion in his core slows, its outer layers begin to gradually implode until this triggers another Helium Flash. This could repeat several times until finally, a final outburst tears its atmosphere away and its core collapses into a white dwarf. During this ordeal, Mercury-icon.png Mercuryball and Venus-icon.png Venusball will most likely be engulfed by the Sun-icon.png Sunball, and spiral into his core. Earth-icon.png Earthball may become engulfed as well, but may survive, though he will be turned into a lava planet and have his atmosphere stripped away. Mars-icon.png Marsball might suffer the same but with fewer effects.

Planetary System

Bold means habitable. Italics means potentially habitable. None of the above means not habitable.

  1. Mercury-icon.png Mercuryball - Sol I
  2. Venus-icon.png Venusball - Sol II
  3. Earth-icon.png Earthball - Sol III
  4. Mars-icon.png Marsball - Sol IV
  5. Vesta-icon.png Vestaroid - Sol 4
  6. Ceres-icon.png Ceresball - Sol 1
  7. Jupiter-icon.png Jupiterball - Sol V 
  8. Saturn-icon.png Saturnball - Sol VI
  9. Uranus-icon.png Uranusball - Sol VII
  10. Neptune-icon.png Neptuneball - Sol VIII
  11. Orcus-icon.png Orcusball - Sol 90482
  12. Pluto-icon.png Plutoball - Sol 134340(formerly Sol IX)
  13. Haumea-icon.png Haumeato - Sol 136108
  14. Quaoar-icon.png Quaoarball - Sol 50000
  15. Makemake-icon.png Makemakeball - Sol 136472
  16. (225088) 2007 OR10-icon.png 2007 OR10ball - Sol 225008
  17. Eris-icon.png Erisball - Sol 136199
  18. Sedna-icon.png Sednaball - Sol 90377

Europa-icon.png Europaball (a moon of Jupiter-icon.png Jupiterball), Titan-icon.png Titanball (a moon of Saturn-icon.png Saturnball), and Triton-icon.png Tritonball (a moon of Neptune-icon.png Neptuneball) are potentially habitable.



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