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"It's the star from this solar system. Maybe I'll just blow that up instead and let them all freeze to death in darkness. Wait a second - I'm headed right for it!"
Cooler in Dragon Ball Z: Cooler's Revenge

The Sun (太陽 Taiyō) is the star at the center of the Solar System.



The Sun as shown in Dr. Slump

In Dr. Slump and The Adventures of Tongpoo, the Sun is shown as a living being with a face, which is not carried over to its appearances in the Dragon Ball series.


Baby sent to the Sun

The Sun has a minor role in several of the Dragon Ball movies: in Dragon Ball: Sleeping Princess in Devil's Castle, Lucifer wants to get rid of the Sun so he can take over the Earth; Lord Slug blocks out the Sun with a cloud produced by a special machine in order for his henchmen to survive on Earth without their special equipment. Later in the movie, Goku uses the energy of the Sun to make a Spirit Bomb and crushes the machine and Slug along with it. Cooler (in Dragon Ball Z: Cooler's Revenge), Broly (in Dragon Ball Z: Broly - Second Coming), and Baby (in Dragon Ball GT) are all defeated by being blasted into the Sun by a Family Kamehameha. Ironically, in the Funimation dub of the first example, Cooler considered destroying it to have the planet and any surrounding planets freeze in the resulting darkness, although he was forced to discard this plan when realizing that he himself was headed for it.

The Sun is frequently used to assist in the Solar Flare version used by Krillin and Cell.

Suns of the universe[]


Planet Vegeta's two suns

There are several other suns in the universe. Namek has three suns and Planet Vegeta has two suns. Planet Brench is also located in a solar system with two suns. There are several suns in the Sacred World of the Kai, but only one gigantic sun in the Other World which rotates around Heaven. Beerus' planet has two suns but at some point, in time, he destroyed both until Whis did Temporal Do-Over, gaining the suns back. In Dragon Ball GT, there is a sun behind of the Deserted Starship which is 70x Earth's normal gravity.

Video Game Appearances[]

The Sun as represented in Dr. Slump is shown in Dragon Ball: Daimaō Fukkatsu, in the Penguin Village stage background in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3, and in Dr. Slump: Arale-Chan.

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