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praveen karthikeyan Grade: 9
        

since all the planets have different orbits around the sun,then howits possible,sun is a common foci for all the orbits?according to kepler's law of gravitation?please explain

7 years ago

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Badiuddin askIITians.ismu Expert
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Dear praveen


Basic equation of ellipse is


It is locus of point soch tha its distance from two fixed point is always constant


PS1 +PS2 =constant


is suppose S1 and S2 (focie of ellipse is fixed) then for different value of constant you will ge different elipse.


similarly for different orbits we will get different constant but focie will remain fixed


see this figure


 


5770-674_7662_630px-Kepler_laws_diagram.svg.png


 





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