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Exotic double-planet world I've been working on. Highly hypothetical but the smaller planet, which can be considered a satellite, is quite massive relative to its parent. Also a bit contrived but I set them up so that the satellite could almost perfectly eclipse the parent star. The parent star, a very hot (~5800 K) white main sequence star, is also speculative as it is unlikely life would form on a planet constantly showered with ultraviolet radiation.

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