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Why would the apple just fall without anyone dropping it? Could it be the same thing that keeps the moon in orbit? This is the first step in a scientific method.
Next thing is, to Hypothesize. The apple fell earlier because of gravitational pull. This could just be the case.
Since the orange juice is near the ground, orange juice has a small mass so if I were to place it unevenly on the edge, gravity would pull it down.
The Orange juice fell when unbalanced because of uneven weight. The gravity pulled it back down because of how close it was to the floor.
My findings are most likely correct, so that means that the moon can stay in orbit because there must be a certain point where the pulls cancel each other out. And that's what keeps the moon in orbit around earth, and earth plus many other planets in orbit around the sun.
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