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Why do the planets not collide while revolving around the sun ?

Why do the planets not collide while revolving around the sun ?

Grade:12th pass

2 Answers

Pawan Prajapati
askIITians Faculty 8741 Points
one month ago
Planets move in their own orbits, so they don’t collide with each other.
Saatvik Banerjee
34 Points
one month ago
Each and every planet has its own orbit and axis that is further influenced by other celestial bodies such as the planet Jupiter whose magnetic field is strong enough to have an influence on other planets, and the Sun, our own solar star itself whose gravity keeps every planet stick to its own orbit at a fixed distance from the Sun. Note: Orbits and axis are terms for imaginary or invisible paths.

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