Binary & Multi Star Systems
Binary stars and multiple star systems are comprised of two or more stars that share a gravitational equilibrium and orbit around that gravitational center. Many of the stars we see when we look to the night sky are actually the combined light of multiple stars that make up the system. Single star systems, like the Solar System, are less common than multiple star systems.
Here is a collection of photos we have captured of binary and multiple-star star systems.
Last Entry: June 10, 2016