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What’s the role of the suns gravity in the solar system
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User: What’s the role of the suns gravity in the solar system

Weegy: The role of the Sun's gravity in the Solar System is to keep the planets moving in an orbit.

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User: Which of the following statements about comet trails is correct

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The following statements about the tail of a comet is correct: The tail always points away from the sun.

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