caliman83 wrote:Ok so lets say you have the sun. and a disk of gas's, rock and other debre spining around it. How then dose that turn in to indvidule spheres each with there own uniqe orbit(the planets orbits are all at slightly diffrent orbits)
the 2nd problem is all the the planets should be rotating direction however Venus, Uranus, spin backwerds.
all 72 moons should spin the same direction as there planets however at least 8 spin backwerds (jupiter and saturn have moons spin in both diretions)
Pluse if the planets came out of the sun wich is 98% hydrogen and helium then shouldnt the inner planets be composed of much of the same materal. they dont.
there must be an explanation to all this but I dont see hoe the spinning disk theory makes any since.
The disks turn into individual spheres because of gravity, the matter of the disks attracts the other matter(does that make sense?), which in turn attracts more matter until you have a nice little sphere.
As for the second question, Yakk had a rather good explanation for that.
And thirdly, all the matter in this solar system doesn't necessarily come from OUR sun, it's matter flying around in space, but the solar system is certainly made out of a lot of "stardust", from exploding supernovas.
Argh, beat to it, and by an even better explanation too.
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