The Central Role of Spin in Celestial Body Motion Mechanics: With Assistance from Gravity, Centrifugal Force and Weightlessness

The key findings we present in this chapter are that the axial rotation speeds of the solar system planets are linearly related to their masses, that the orbital and axial rotation speeds of the synchronously rotating large, close-in satellites of

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The Secular Increase of Astronomical Unit due to the Loss of the Solar Mass: Scientific Explanation

According to our published articles [1,2], this article is to further derive the relationships between the inward / outward speed, the central mass, the radius and the cross-radial velocity of a gravitationally bound point and to prove the equations with

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Study on the Relationships between Two Gravitationally-bound Points in Single or Multiple Systems in the Universe

Traditionally, Newton's laws are directly used to establish the gravitational relationship between two objects with any type of motion. However, the relationship is mathematically a vector (or vectors), and it is difficult to solve, especially when the number of objects

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The Inward / Outward Speed Relationship between Gravitationally Bound Points: Critical Study

In this article: using our conclusions from the first article, we derive / discuss the theoretical dynamic (variable central mass systems) expressions / properties of gravitationally-bound points in single or multiple systems in the universe. Author(s) Details Jihai Zhang Independent

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