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# What problems might you face when modeling the Sun and the revolving planets to the same scale What assumptions might you have to make in your model?

Updated: 9/27/2023

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If someone is trying to make a model of the solar system, and the goal is to represent it as it is, scaled-down of course, then there will be one very big problem. The problem would be exactly the scaling. The Sun is significantly larger than any of the planets in the solar system. While the planets

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Q: What problems might you face when modeling the Sun and the revolving planets to the same scale What assumptions might you have to make in your model?
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