What is the Solar System and How the Solar System Works?
The solar system in which we live is moving according to a straightforward and transparent mechanism: the orbiting of the Sun that is the centre of this system, and the emergence of the solar system makes the nearest star,
the sun, one of the most effective forces because of gravity, and although the natural movement of the celestial bodies in our solar system
Is the motion in a straight line, but the gravity generated by the sun affects all those bodies and causes them to bend their
paths, thus rotating around the sun in oval pathways, extending to objects orbiting the sun, which have their gravity Around it The moons orbit the planets in similar paths.
Solar System Components
The solar system consists mainly of planets orbiting the sun, but the order of those planets is due to the stage of formation of the system itself, where worlds of a rocky nature that can
withstand the heat of the sun in the nearest orbits of Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars, while Planets of the liquid and gaseous environment have settled on the outer side of the solar system,
Forming giant planets, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. The moons are also essential components of the solar system. Most planets have their moons except Mercury, Venus, and even
Now the flag could The confirmation of the presence of more than 150 satellites, as well as many other moons awaiting confirmation of their detection, and the presence of moons around the planets represent miniature versions of how the solar system works.
Facts about the Solar System
The current solar system, according to astronomers, was formed more than 4.6 billion years ago. 0.14%, these include planets, dwarf planets and moons, and Uranus and Neptune are primarily formed by ice, which means they contain water.