posted on Aug, 31 2013 @ 02:01 PM
My 2 cents...
The Earth, and all the other planets in our solar system, REVOLVE around the Sun. The Sun does not REVOLVE around the Earth or any other planet.
However, ALL material objects within the solar system ORBIT around the system’s center of mass (the barycenter). This includes The Sun, the planets,
the moons, astroids, comets, etc. The barycenter of our solar system is physically located somewhere between just above the surface of the Sun and
some point within it. It varies as the position of the planets and other material objects in the system change position. In other words, the center of
mass of our solar system changes slightly over time. BUT, it always remains within the close vicinity of the Sun itself, since the Sun contributes
well over 90% of the mass of the system as a whole. It causes the Sun to kinda wobble as it orbits the barycenter.
So, as far as I know, the Sun DOES NOT revolve around the Earth. The Sun revolves around the barycenter (center of mass) of the Milky Way galaxy...