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Spanish women, the 'Owner' Sun

Madrid: After billions of years, the Sun finally has an owner. A woman from the valley region in Spain, Galicia, Friday (26/11) said it had registered the planet at the local notary as property.

Angeles Duran (49) told the daily El Mundo, edition of "online" (in network), that he did act in September, after he read about an American man who has registered himself as the owner of the Moon and most of the planets in the Milky Way.

"There is international agreement that states that no country can claim ownership on any one planet or star. But the agreement did not mention about individuals," said Angeles Duran.

"There is no barrier, I support my claims are legally, I'm not stupid, I know the law. I did that but other people can do it, it only applies for me as the first," he said.

Documents issued by the notary's office stated Angeles Duran as "the owner of the Sun, a G2 type star, which is at the center of the Solar System, and the Earth are in a distance of about 149.6 million kilometers.

Angeles Duran, who lives in the small town of Salvaterra do Mino, says he now wants to impose fees for anyone using the Sun and give half the proceeds to the Spanish government and 20 percent for pension funds in the country.

"It is time to start taking action in the right way, if there are ideas to generate revenue and improve the economic well-being of society, why we do not do it" he said.


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