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|Quote (JonF @ Jan. 07 2008,21:07)|
|Not only that ... think about the planes of the orbits. What naturally occuring force acts perpendicular to the plane of a random orbit to bringing it into the ecliptic plane?|
I'm sure you know the answer. Others either know or can guess, but for FTK I'll spell it out.
The answer is - there isn't one.
Changing the orbit plane is one of the most energy intensive things a spacecraft can do. Inertia is very good at keeping things in the same orbital plane. There is no natural force that would or could do that.
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