The other secondary stars are themselves a binary system, two red dwarfs that orbit one another.
The bright, white secondary star already rode high in the sky.
The secondary star has a mass only 90% that of the Sun.
Eventually the secondary star also evolves off the main sequence to form a red giant.
One of the possibilities suggested that the planet formed before the secondary stars had reached their current configuration.
This suggests that the two secondary stars were once more distant than they are now.
We will gladly return your craft to you after the secondary star has exploded.
"To do so, we must increase the mass loss from the secondary star at this exact time."
A conundrum with this system is the large radius of the secondary star.
The secondary star is estimated to be similar to the Sun in size and mass.