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originally posted by: jude11
originally posted by: pikestaff
There is also electrostatic attraction, as on the surface of our moon, astronauts had a devil of a time with the damn stuff.
Are you saying that it's electrostatic rather than gravity? Both?
I like the static field explanation better than the gravitational field explanation. How would this mass generate gravity if we look at the explanation of how gravity is developed on an earth-like body?
originally posted by: Ophiuchus 13
a reply to: jude11
To 1 subjectively its the EU theory association to this particular object in space along with gravity and icing components keeping the smaller objects and particle dust attached as the celestial object is moving through space at high speed...
1 could imagine the fast movement through deep space is generating a static field EM field.
This theory however hasn't been accepted or verified as of yet by some more influential scientific interest of EA*RTH so it remains just a theory. Sort of like a baseball or football with micro deposits of dirt on it. You wouldn't observe the more micro materials present on the football/baseball until you applied some kind of external FORCE to remove it like a rag etc. Otherwise that debris/dirt would remain on the sports ball... Again 1z subjective observation as to what is keeping the possible loose material attached to the fast moving celestial object...
The sun? I guess I can go there. Just thought it was too far for that.