Gina designed a model to show the steps in the Nebular theory of formation of planetary systems. Which of these diagrams best represents the second step of Gina's model?
The picture shows an irregular shaped cloud with several dust particles within its boundary. There are seven arrows pointing from the edge of the cloud towards the center of the cloud. The label below the picture reads 'Condensation and contraction of cloud
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rotation of cloud of dust and gas
formation of plant
fusion of gas and dust
condensation and contraction of cloud due to gravity
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Is it possible that you could send a screenshot or something of the model?
i cant, it just shows a picture of what i typed out, my computer doesnt screenshot, sorry :\
Hmm... What I'm thinking is that the first step on its own was the Nebulae formation, which means the next step, unless I'm wrong, should be the rotation of the dust and gas, which is what eventually causes it to take on something like a spiral
Im not too familiar with this theory so I looked it up. A hypothesis concerning the formation of stars and planets, and therefore the origin of the solar system, according to which a rotating nebula underwent gravitational collapse into a star with an accretion disk, from which planets condensed or formed by coagulation of dust particles into increasingly larger bodies. I don't know if that helps at all but I'm thinking A based on their s definition