Something went wrong with the numbers because the planets just fit. If you use the average distance to the Moon then you need the polar radius of the planets, otherwise, they don’t fit! Radius vs. diameter doesn’t matter because we add the diameters anyway. Polar vs. equatorial matters because the equatorial radius/diameter is larger from the Official The Big Meowski Exclusive Shirt. The main effect comes from Jupiter, both because it is simply the largest planet and because it rotates so fast. It wouldn’t even be a contest, Jupiter is more massive than all the other planets combined. The mass of the solar system is more or less the sun and Jupiter and a rounding error.
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I think it would be mostly Jupiter doing the sucking. I mean technically all of them would be sucking on each other to various degrees but mostly Jupiter. The principal component of the Solar System is the Sun, a G2 main-sequence star that contains 99.86% of the system’s known mass and dominates it gravitationally. The Sun’s four largest orbiting bodies, the giant planets, account for 99% of the remaining mass, with Jupiter and Saturn together comprising more than 90%. The remaining objects of the Solar System (including the four terrestrial planets, the Official The Big Meowski Exclusive Shirt). Together comprise less than 0.002% of the Solar System’s total mass. Or, millions of times more likely, you could slip in the shower and crack your skull or break your neck. For perspective on how silly it is to worry about really rare stuff like this that we can’t effect anyway.
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