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The Tangential force, mcv/r sin(theta) where theta = arc cos v/c where v=sqrt(GM/R)=29,814 m/s.

Mass creates a velocity field v=sqrt(GM/R) this field has an angle to the radius of arc cos v/c. where c is the speed of light.

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Q: As the centripetal force balance the centrifugal force then which force causes the earth to orbit around sun?
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