Subject: Why don't the planets crash into each other?
Date: Wed Jul 9 16:49:21 1997
Posted by Sara Abdo
Grade level: 4-6
School: Tam O'shanter J.P.School
City: Scarborough State/Province: On
Area of science: Astronomy
I wonder, why don't the planets crash into each other,because I know that
they move in the same direction in their orbits around the sun, and in pictures
some times I see the that the orbits are crossed with each other.
Thanks, and good luck!!
Re: Why don't the planets crash into each other?
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