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Spanish Woman Claims Ownership Of the Sun

This image provided by NASA shows the latest image of the Sun taken July 24, 2007. NASA scientists are keeping a close eye on the sun. It is almost spotless, a sign that the Sun may have reached solar minimum. Scientists are now watching for the first spot of the new solar cycle to appear. The 11 year long solar cycle is marked by two extremes, solar minimum and solar maximum. Solar minimum is the period of least solar activity in the solar cycle of the sun. During this time sunspot and solar flare activity diminishes, and often does not occur for days at a time. (AP Photo/NASA)

This image provided by NASA shows the latest image of the Sun taken July 24, 2007. NASA scientists are keeping a close eye on the sun. It is almost spotless, a sign that the Sun may have reached solar minimum. Scientists are now watching for the first spot of the new solar cycle to appear. The 11 year long solar cycle is marked by two extremes, solar minimum and solar maximum. Solar minimum is the period of least solar activity in the solar cycle of the sun. During this time sunspot and solar flare activity diminishes, and often does not occur for days at a time. (AP Photo/NASA)

It’s always sunny in Spain. Particularly when you are the proud owner of a 4.5 billion-year-old star known as The Sun.

It’s the situation Angeles Duran, 49, finds herself in after she registered the lynchpin of life at a local notary public as being her property, the Spanish newspaper El Mundo reported.

Duran is at once patriotic and generous. as she only plans on keeping 10 percent of the proceeds due to her for people’s use of the celestial dynamo.

She hopes to donate a whopping 70 percent of her money to Spain. Half of the proceeds would go straight to the government, while another 20 percent would benefit the nation’s pension fund.

The final 10 percent would go towards ending world hunger.

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Also registered and owned by Duran are Tarzan’s primal scream and the largest musical score in the world.

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