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I've always wondered: why are the stars, planets and moons round, when comets and asteroids aren't?

By Jonti Horner, Professor (Astrophysics), University of Southern Queensland
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The reason bigger objects in space are round and smaller ones aren't boils down to gravity. And it's the same reason mountains on Earth can only grow to a certain height

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