There are very few things in the universe more massive than stars, so very few stars are caught in the gravitational fields of other non-star objects. However, stars do sometimes orbit each other. The system of two stars caught in orbit around each other is known as a binary star.
Additionally, astronomers have discovered that a number of stars actually orbit around giant black holes. The black holes have so much gravity that multiple stars can orbit one at the same timel but don’t get to close because if you do, the entire star can be sucked into the cosmic death trap.
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