What if a planet gains a millimeter from sun a year so to speak, what’s there to bring it back in li

I can't find a clear answer to the following Question.
Why earth or any other planets doesn't fly off into outer space or fall in into the sun?
Please skip the centrifugal, elliptical etc. principles and the balanced forces. I want to know why and how it is so balanced, or is it. What if a planet gains a millimeter a year so to speak, what’s there to bring it back into line?
Shanks
Asked May 05, 2014
i think they do, its just these distances are so vast that it takes millions of years for planetary bodies to lose their grip on each other.
take a look at the moon, the forces acting between the moon and the earth are not equal, hence why the moon is slowly moving away from the earth at a rate of about an inch and a half every year. As for why things dont fall inwards, well, I believe its to with dark energy, the opposite effect of gravity!
It looks like dark energy will win the battle over gravity, galaxies are accelerating away from each other faster and faster, unless gravity has a fortunate turn of events (which I dont see happening) then everything is gonna fly off away from each other
jamesy871
Answered Jan 06, 2015
Belated Thank You jamesy871. Moon moving away from earth explains and confirms, you're spot on. Thank you. As for dark energy will win the battle over gravity, Will take me a little longer to grapple with.
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