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Feb 15, 2010 | 3:59 PM EST
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An inward dimpp is when a star's gravitational pull abruptly increases and pulls in masses with less gravitational pull (mostly comets). No one knows why these happens, other than the fact that they just do, but it seems that most stars without planets are the ones that have an inward dimpp occur more often. The gravitational pull of an inward dimpp can reach out so far they can pull for Hundreds of Yottameters! The chances of our Sun having an Inward Dimpp are around 12%