Hello class! Today we will be learning about the theories on the origin of the solar system so I invited the people who made the theories to give u a better idea of the theories
Now here's our first guest please clap your hands for him!
Hello kids, I'm Rene descartes and i made the descartes vortex theory where it states that because of the whirlpool like motion in the pre-solar materials that the solar system formed into planets and bodies with almost circular motions and that the primary whirlpool motion are the planets orbits and that the satellites are the secondary motion
Now heres my friend George-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon to explain his theory
Thanks for the introduction rene but u guys can just call me buffon for short
So my theory is the buffon collision theory. I proposed that a collision of the sun with a giant comet happened and the debris from that formed into our planets that rotate in the same direction as they revolved around the sun
We proposed that a big cloud of gas and dust called nebula collapsed because of gravitational pull and the more the cloud contracted the more it spun rapidly. The spinning cloud eventually contracted until it was flattened into a pancake shaped object with a bulge at the center and as it collapsed even more the local regions contracted on their own due to gravity and those local regions became the solar system
Hi i'm Immanuel Kant
And we made the kant laplace nebulat theory!
And i'm pierre simon laplace
Hi we are sir James Hopwood Jeans and Harold Jeffreys and together we made the jeans-Jeffreys' tidal theory
our theory proposed that a massive star was speeding near the sun and due to gravitational attraction pulled off materials from the sun and these materials condensed to form the planets
In the solar nebular theory the solar system was formed because of the condensation of interstellar gas which was triggered by perhaps a supernova which could have caused the gas and dust cloud to collapse and form the solar system
Hi and im here to discuss with you the solar nebular theory