The Solarspace acts like ocean and the Sun is at the bottom
of the Ocean. As in marine navigation, DENSITY is prime factor,
not mass of the body. Accordingly, in Astrospace, Density
is prime factor. The body having higher density remain closer
to the bottom and bodies having lower density remain away
from bottom that is near the surface. Denser bodies “sink”
towards bottom while light bodies float at surface. The same
law is followed in Solar System. So, planets with greater
density are in closer orbits to the Sun and lighter planets
are having orbits far away from the Sun, at edges of the Solar
System. Lighter planets are away while denser planets are
nearer to the Sun in their orbit.
Table 1: Here Distance is in unit of million Klm. By
dividing constant 12.231 with square root of distance of planet,
we get its DENSITY. When distance is in unit of million miles,
then divide constant 9.638 with square root of distance of
planet and result will be DENSITY of planet.
Here
we have observed / computed DENSITY with absolute accuracy
on basis of DISTANCE. Accordingly, by reversing the formula,
DISTANCE (d) can be computed on basis of
DENSITY. The Law is as below:
THE LAW (2):
: C = constant = 149.6 when d
unit in Million Klm.
: C = constant = 92.89 when d
unit in Million Miles.
CALCULATION:
1) DIVIDE 149.6 by SQUARE OF DENSITY OF PLANET, RESULT
WILL BE DISTANCE IN MILLION KILOMETERS.
2) DIVIDE 92.89 by SQUARE OF DENSITY OF PLANET, RESULT
WILL BE DISTANCE IN MILLION MILES.
So,
DENSITY & DISTANCE ARE CORELATED FACTORS.
