I cannot access the picture you've linked to, so I can't see it.So it is not possible to have planets orbiting in such a fashion as shown in the picture i linked?
Doesn't venus orbit the opposite direction.... or is that the rotation of it's axis?Because of the initial conditions under which the solar system was formed. The planets accreted from a rotating disk of dust and gas. This is also why they all orbit in the same direction.
It's rotation (on its axis) is retrograde (opposite direction of its orbit). Not sure why...perhaps a large-scale collosion early in its formational history?Doesn't venus orbit the opposite direction.... or is that the rotation of it's axis?
Note that electrons don't actually orbit that way (see quantum mechanics).Delzac said:Anyway it is just a structure of an atom. (the conventional one, with electrons orbiting in dif. planes. Trying the illustrate my point with the structure of an atom.)