On the Formation of Earth and Celestial Bodies
AbstractUnderstanding the formation of the solar system can provide a simplified
look at the universe at large. This is because we have a lot of evidence
about the formation of our solar system, and because the universe is
homogeneous on a large scale. In this paper, we propose a new way for
investigating the formation of the Earth and other Solar System objects.
Our approach offers insights into details of the formation of the
multiple layers within Earth, the existence of water and oil, the
variation in mass distribution within Earth, and the origin of
mountains, erratic boulders, and moons. According to our proposed
approach, Roche Radius can explain the origin of moons, rings and
mountains on planets. We have listed and use critical conditions that
are required to form celestial objects.