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Jun21-05, 06:54 PM
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Quote Quote by tino lin
Planet orbit at the center of mass, make sense, and I learn something new.
But what I am really interested in knowing is the Y cordinate position of the two planet. If this warping of space is true then the smaller mass must alway orbit above the bigger mass which ever way we want to define up as. In other word, the planets center of mass cannot line up 180 degree. Has this found to be true?
I am also having trouble understanding what it is that you are asking, though I have a nagging suspicion. Could you express it with a diagram?