I was reading about the Pauli Exclusion Principle and I had a doubt. This principle tells us that a maximum of two electrons can be present in an energy level and the spin of the electrons has to be in the opposite direction. But S orbital can hold a maximum of two electrons. This is fine but what about the next orbital called P orbital. It can hold upto 8 electrons? On further study I found that in the first orbital there can be two electrons with opposite spins. But (Note here) in the next p orbital it has subshells namely 2s, 2px, 2py and 2pz. Each subshell contains maximum 2 electrons. Is this line of thought correct Drakkith?