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<SPAN class=texhtml><I>I</I><SUB><I>m</I></SUB>¥ø<SUB><I>m</I></SUB><I>s</I><I>i</I><I>n</I>¥è<SUB><I>m</I></SUB> = <I>I</I><SUB><I>e</I></SUB>¥ø<SUB><I>e</I></SUB><I>s</I><I>i</I><I>n</I>¥è<SUB><I>e</I></SUB></SPAN><BR>
If we assume equivalent density for moon and earth,<BR>
Rm/Re =2.626.<BR>
then <SPAN class=texhtml><I>d</I><SUB><I>m</I><I>e</I></SUB> = 0.38<I>M</I> * 2.626 / 0.273</SPAN> =3.656 Giga Meter<BR>
Then Inverse biquadrate Gravity constant is G" should be multiplied by 9.549*9.549.<BR>
<SPAN class=texhtml><I>G</I><I>E</I><I>F</I><I>R</I> = 9.549<SUP>2</SUP> * 2.46</SPAN> = 224.31%<BR>
The above value is reasonable because inverse square potantial is larger for outer radius. and the density of the sun converge to over 1,000 times.<BR>
ref: <A class="external free" href="http://gravity.wikia.com/wiki/UFT" rel=nofollow>http://gravity.wikia.com/wiki/UFT</A><BR>
<H3><SPAN class=editsection>[<A title="Edit section: Satellite Hypothesis of Earth" href="http://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=User:PauloHelene/Planet_moon&amp;action=edit&amp;section=3">edit</A>]</SPAN> <SPAN class=mw-headline id=Satellite_Hypothesis_of_Earth><A class=new title="Satellite (page does not exist)" href="http://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Satellite&amp;action=edit&amp;redlink=1">Satellite</A> Hypothesis of Earth</SPAN></H3>
<A class=new title="Moon (page does not exist)" href="http://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Moon&amp;action=edit&amp;redlink=1">Moon</A> is nearer to <A class=new title="Earth (page does not exist)" href="http://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Earth&amp;action=edit&amp;redlink=1">earth</A> when it is full . That is to say, moon make earth reced more than earth make when it is near the sun. For constant radial gravitational center of sun, earth and moon, Earth&nbsp;should go further when moon is near the sun.&nbsp;<BR>
Unlike most satellites of other planets, the Moon orbits near the <A class=new title="Ecliptic (page does not exist)" href="http://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Ecliptic&amp;action=edit&amp;redlink=1">ecliptic</A> and not the Earth's <A class=new title="Equatorial plane (page does not exist)" href="http://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Equatorial_plane&amp;action=edit&amp;redlink=1">equatorial plane</A>. If Earth is satellite of the moon, It is Lunar stationary and&nbsp; orbits nearly Lunar <A class=new title="Equatorial plane (page does not exist)" href="http://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Equatorial_plane&amp;action=edit&amp;redlink=1">equatorial plane</A>.<BR>
The lunar orbit plane is inclined to the ecliptic by 5.1¡Æ, whereas the Moon's spin axis is inclined by only 1.5¡Æ.<BR>
Compared to Moon,&nbsp; The Earth currently has an axial tilt of about 23.44¡Æ.The axis remains tilted in the same direction towards the stars throughout a year and this means that when a hemisphere (a northern or southern half of the earth) is pointing away from the Sun at one point in the orbit then half an orbit later (half a year later) this hemisphere will be pointing towards the Sun.<BR>
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