Space rules

The force of gravity attracts two bodies anywhere in the universe. The plant Mercury , which is closest to the Sun is also the fastest orbiting planet so that it does not fall on the Sun. It spins around the Sun once every 88 days.

Rule # 1: If something attracts you too much, run away from it to keep things in balance. 

The plants of the solar system have one or more natural satellites or moons orbiting around them.  The Earth has a single well-rounded satellite called the Moon. Mars has two potato shaped satellites Phobos and Deimos. The biggest planet Jupiter has about 67 moons, the largest four of which was discovered by Galileo in 1610.  The second most massive planet Saturn has 63 moons . The largest of them, Titan, is bigger than the planet Mercury.  Neptune has 13 moons and Uranus has 27 moons. The planets Mercury and Venus the two inner planets closest to the Sun, have no natural satellites.

Rule # 2: The bigger you are the more followers you have , unless you have someone way bigger in your vicinity. 

The stars in the solar system go through cycles of birth and death. Medium sized stars turn into red giants and then finally into white dwarfs. Larger stars turn into neutron stars from red giants. Even bigger stars turn into black holes from red giants.

Rule # 3 : No matter how bright you shine, your light will be extinguished one day. All that is born will die.

 

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