Subject: If the sun has enough gravity to orbit comets, then why not the voyager?
Date: Thu Aug 27 14:51:58 1998
Posted by Tyler Wahlquist
Grade level: 4-6
School: August Knott
City: Weston Ranch State/Province: California
Area of science: Astronomy
We are told that the voyager space craft is on the way out of your
solar system, never to return. Why will this happen when comets
trailing faster than voyager are slowed and then pulled back in by
the sun's gravity?
Re: If the sun has enough gravity to orbit comets, then why not the voyager?
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