TCS Theory - Planetary Mechanics

Daniel Eduardo Caminoa Lizarralde

Abstract


This work continues and expands of the paper The Three-dimensional Complex Space theory - TCS Theory (Caminoa Lizarralde Daniel E, 2010) published in 2010, and it will introduce into the laws that govern all planetary systems, specifically in the domain of global stability and satellite’s foundations throughout ours planetary system as part or not of all the galaxies in our cosmos. The most significant finding and certainly surprising, published in this paper at first, refers to the significant implications of solar drag in planetary stability, which is conceptually very different from A. Einstein’s deformation field’s idea published in General Relativity (Einstein Albert, 1915). Another phenomenon also published at first time in this work and also very significant, is repulsive the electro-gravitational action force between planetary objects that deters and prevents possible collisions between them. It is perfectly clear the inaccuracy of planetary masses considered furthest from the Sun with densities close to the water that occurs because the oldest Newton equation has limited applicability. We make some allusions to galactic and globular cluster’s stability, but this issue will be expanded and included in a forthcoming work about the laws on galactic subspace.


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