ESS

Grade-6

Easy

Question

# The planets move in their respective orbit by_________.

- Inertia and gravitational force
- Inertia and frictional force
- Potential energy and inertia
- None of these

Hint:

### Due to pull of sun.

## The correct answer is: Inertia and gravitational force

### The correct option is a)Inertia and gravitational force.

Our solar system was formed from a cloud of gas and dust that revolved around a newly formed star, the Sun. All planets formed from this spinning disk-like cloud and continued their revolving courses around the Sun after formation. The sun's gravity keeps the planets in orbit. They stay in orbit because there are no other forces in the solar system that can stop them.

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