What did Kepler discover about planets and their orbital speed? Kepler's Law

  • Planets with the greatest mass will orbit the Sun with the fastest orbital speed.
  • Planets furthest from the Sun will orbit with the fastest orbital speed.
  • Planets closest to the Sun will orbit with the fastest orbital speed.
  • Planets with the least mass will orbit the Sun with the fastest orbital speed.
Answer: Planets closest to the Sun will orbit with the fastest orbital speed.
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