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The Sun does not orbit the planets. The planets orbit the Sun. The Sun is stationary with relation to the planets' motion. The Sun does, however, orbit the Milky Way galaxy, as do the planets and everything else in the galaxy.

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Although the natural shape of planets is very similar to a rubber duck, their shape changes to something much more spherical as they revolve around the sun. If you need help imagining this, picture a beach ball, or something else that is pretty much round. That's kinda the shape.

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The shape of the planet's orbit is an ellipse. This shape has 2 places called a "focus". The Sun is at one focus of the ellipse.

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The path of the Earth's orbit is an ellipse. The Sun is positioned at one of the two foci of the ellipse.

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in the center

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in the middle :P

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