The first accepted planet of an ordinary star excited and puzzled astronomers.
At the distance of the nucleus, no ordinary star can be individually seen with the naked eye.
Seen from Gemini, it was an ordinary star, almost lost in those glittering skies.
Because the Sun is a common and ordinary star, scientists reasoned, groups of planets probably formed around some other stars like it.
Then after the star gloves, there are just ordinary stars.
Melnick is 80 to 100 times more massive than the Sun, a fairly ordinary star.
The mysterious presence turned out to be an ordinary star.
Such separated stars go on to live lives as ordinary single stars.
Like an ordinary star, a pulsar will move in its own small orbit if it has a planet.
Hundreds must have seen it, and taken it for an ordinary falling star.