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A planet is a celestial body that orbits a [[Star|star]] or stellar remnant. It is usually rounded into a spherical shape by its own gravity but on rare occasions can be shaped like a cube or other form. Many planets are inhabited by living organisms ranging from mindless bacteria to complex sapient beings.
 
 
A planet is a celestial body that orbits a star or stellar remnant. It is usually rounded into a spherical shape by its own gravity but on rare occasions can be shaped like a cube or other form. Many planets are inhabited by living organisms ranging from mindless bacteria to complex sapient beings.
 

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This article is about the celestial body. For a list of planets, see Category: Planets.

A planet is a celestial body that orbits a star or stellar remnant. It is usually rounded into a spherical shape by its own gravity but on rare occasions can be shaped like a cube or other form. Many planets are inhabited by living organisms ranging from mindless bacteria to complex sapient beings.