I don't know if anyone has given the correct answer to this question till today.

Apparently the orbits of planets should be round. But in reality the orbits of all the planets are elliptical. The main reason for this is the two-way action and reaction force of planets. A force acts in a straight line along the tangent to the orbit and the orbit of the planet is outward in the direction of this power And the direction of the other for towards the center. The orbits of the planets are always elliptical in order to act on these two differently oriented planets. This is comparable to the way water comes out when a water-filled bottle is turned upside down. Again the air in the bottle is emptied and the water comes out of the bottle and to fill that empty space the air enters by blocking the movement of water and in this way the bottled water comes out and the bottle becomes empty. In response to this two-way action, the water does not come out in a balanced way and gets stuck. And this two-way process of action occurs in the case of planets, such that when a planet comes close to its central object, the gravitational force and rotational speed of that planet increases so that it wants to go out of the circle. In this way the planet moves on a circle at one point and even moves out of the circle. And because the distance from the sun is greater at this time, the gravitational force and angular velocity of the planet decreases, so the planet wants to return to the circle or come back. As it moves in this way, the planet enters the circle. As a result, the distance between the sun and the planet decreases and the gravitational force and angular velocity of the planet increases again and we want to move towards the circle i.e. the planet continues as before. For these two-way actions and reactions, the orbits of the planets are always elliptical, never circular.

The orbits of the planets are always elliptical, never circular. |

The gravitational forces of the Sun and the planets have no direct relationship to whether the shape orbits of the planets are elliptical, parabolic, circular, or elliptic. Basically all these graphs are nothing more than graphs of equations on a plane. The graphs of the equations have no direct relation to the orbits of the planets. Although it is said that if the planet's kinetic energy is high, the planet will move in an elliptical or elliptical orbit. It has nothing to do with reality. The fact is that the planets Mars and Pluto, which are almost equal in mass, orbit the Sun in an elliptical orbit. They differ greatly in distance from the Sun, at 1.52 AU and 39.52 AU, respectively.

*Finally I want to say, the orbits of the planets are elliptical due to the two-way action and reaction force of the planets.*

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Question no. 1 : Why do planets not orbit in perfect circles ?

Answer : The orbits of the planets are elliptical rather than circular due to the action and reaction of the centripetal force and the center extrinsic force.

Question no. 2 : Are the orbits of the planets circular ?

Answer : No, the orbits of the planets are not circular but elliptical.

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