Thursday, June 26, 2008

A logic problem about gravity

If a star system has the cumulitive mass x. x = the star's mass + all planets mass + all the junk that spins around the star.

If we look at that star's gravitational field 1 day before the star explodes. We would see a high g number. If we look at the star 1 day after the star explodes we will see that the area that was the star now has a smaller gravitational field or g. The mass has been spread over the entire area, but its the same amount of mass.

Why?
Gravity is a function of density.
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