The existence of the orbit itself was first discovered through Kepler’s laws popularized by Johannes Kepler.
Quoting module Planetary Motion in the Solar System Package C written by the Ministry of Education and Culture, states that Kepler’s law has 3 sounds, namely:
Kepler’s I Law Sounds Kepler’s I Law
This law states, “All the planets move in elliptical paths as they revolve around the sun, where the sun is at one of the foci of the ellipse”.
Kepler’s second law Kepler’s second law
This law states, “A planet’s orbit around the sun spans an equal triangular area, in equal time.”
This law states, “The ratio of the square of the time period of a planet to the cube of its distance from the sun is the same for all planets.”
The orbits of each planet also have different shapes. Some have circular orbits and some have elliptical orbits.
However, the function that orbits have is the same as for each of the planets. Due to their orbits, the planets can move in regular distances and remain at their own speeds.
What Happens If The Orbits Of The Planets Are Irregular?
The planets have their own trajectories that serve to revolve around the sun and evolve. In addition to the trajectory, the movement of each planet is also influenced by the mass and gravitational force of the center of the solar system, the sun.
Then, what happens if the orbits of the planets are irregular? Will it affect the revolution of each planet?
Not only that, as a planet that has life, when the Earth is no longer rotating, there will be no change of seasons in some countries.