The Birth of our Solar System

The Birth of our Solar System
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  • The solar system began when a star that built up energy exploded, dispersing all the materials that made up the star. This is known as a nebulae.
  • All of that material eventually collided with a nebula, which caused all of the stars inside to become new stars 
  • I was just getting to that, my bizarre buddy.
  • That's awesome! But what about all of the planets? 
  • Inside of this giant cloud of dust and gas, known as a stellar nursery, are these pillars of dust known as the pillars of creation.
  • If hit with a giant force, such as a supernova, they will condense, creating planets and other space objects.
  • Fun fact with Adrien: Without the suns gravity, all of the planets orbiting it would be ejected out into the solar system.
  • It all started due to the collapse of a solar nebula. 
  • On of the important parts of our lesson is how the sun formed. 
  • The planets began orbiting the flat disk which is now the sun.
  • Gas and dust began coming together, forming plantisimals. The larger planetisimals collected more material, which formed planets.
  • As the nebula collapsed, it started spinning rapidly, eventually flattening.
  • In addition, the disk pulled other materials towards the center to form the sun.
  • In conclusion, all of the events from a dying star and the development of other materials helped form our solar system.
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