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I've been wondering why in our solar system, all of the planets are in a single plane rotating around the sun. Why are there no intersecting planes? Also, would there be any solar systems with such planes?
I'm not asking for any minor angles. For example, I'm asking if there's any solar systems that have a planar axis such that they would intersect at ~30-90 degrees.
Thanks
I'm not asking for any minor angles. For example, I'm asking if there's any solar systems that have a planar axis such that they would intersect at ~30-90 degrees.
Thanks