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were formed from the dead stars. Like other stars, dead stars were also moving in the orbit around the center of Milky Way Galaxy. Some dead stars may be captured while forming the sun and some may be captured after being formed and started orbiting as planets and satellites in the following way:
(i) The dense molecular clouds along with dead stars, collapsed at a point due to gravitational force and a rotation of these clouds started around that point. Thus the sun was formed like other stars. The dead stars near the central region of the cloud became the part of the sun. On the other hand, due to the rotation of central region, the centrifugal force started acting on the dead stars coming towards the center from outer region. Due to the variation of centrifugal and centripetal force, the dead stars started orbiting the sun and became the planets of the sun. In the same way some dead stars became the satellites of the planets. And the clouds which were away from the central region were by the central region and became the part of the sun. Inner planets and their satellites may be captured in this way.
(ii) Like other stars, after forming, the sun along with the initially captured planets and satellites was also moving in the space. As the planets are small in size than the sun, the value of the ratio of mass and acting resultant force is more in the dead stars than the sun. So, the velocities and eccentricity of dead stars at nearest orbits were more than the sun. As a result, the dead stars came closer to the sun from rear side and attracted by the sun’s gravitational force one by one. Just after being captured, due to the variation in centrifugal and centripetal force, some dead stars started moving round the sun and became the planets and some dead stars started moving round the planets and became the satellites. Outer planets and their satellites may be captured in this way.
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