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Planets Form?

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Posted by Wondering? on September 3, 1998 04:11:33 UTC

Is all these planets, what we see, ball-form? Like earth, moon, sun.

Backround. I sit at nature, and i have a mirror on my hand. This mirror has form. It is not circle. I reflect sun-light throught the mirror. Near mirror, lightform is like mirror is. But at some distances, light-formn is circle. Full circle.

Otherwise. If something light, which we see at space, come to our eyes, we see it like circle. Light-circle. But like i show my example, light source, mirror, was not circle.

Light change it's form, mirror-form to circle.

What we see at space, coming light, can be then some cases, other form than circle. Like comets, cube-rock, etc?


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