How
much the
SW
affects
Satellites & Space Probes
here

Basic

Below
is calculated how strong the
SpaceWind (SW) must be to counteract
Resistance against motion.

In the past (billion of
years ago)
SW
can have been 100
times stronger or more than now due
to faster rotation of the Sun, But
RR
have during billion of years forced
the rotation of the Sun to slow
down.

This
theory is at present not sure
whether space wind is a necessary to
explain the theory, if it is it
cannot be stronger as
RR
between the sun and planets.

Deceleration Force

Basic
the
equation
(y
- 1)
reflect
negative
velocity
and hence
resistance
against motion.

Because two velocities (v²/c²)
is the main substance of
the basic result of the equation
hence (not surprisingly) also the
results should reflect
(negative) velocity.

The velocity of the planets are
inserted into the equation
γ
= 1/√ (1-v²/c²)
as
(v²)

The result of
(y-1)
(negative velocity) can bee seen
below in the table with
blue text.

( F=m*a)

Planet

Distance
from The Sun

Velocity

Kinetic
resistance

m/s

Deceleration

Mercury

0.58 *
10^{11}
m

47.890

1.27 * 10^{-8}
m/s^{2}

Venus

1.08 * 10^{11} m

35.030

6.81 * 10^{-9}
m/s^{2}

Earth

1.50 * 10^{11} m

29.790

4.93 * 10^{-9}
m/s^{2}

Mars

2.28 * 10^{11} m

24.130

3.24 * 10^{-9}
m/s^{2}

Jupiter

7.78 * 10^{11} m

13.060

9.48 * 10^{-10} m/s^{2}

Saturn

14.3 * 10^{11} m

9.640

5.16 * 10^{-10} m/s^{2}

Uranus

28.7 * 10^{11}
m

6.810

2.59 * 10^{-10} m/s^{2}

Neptune

45.0 * 10^{11} m

5.430

1.64 * 10^{-10} m/s^{2}

The Force of
Acceleration (Space Wind) (SW)

We will now assume that the space
wind
SW
(due to the Sun's rotation) exactly
equalize with
RR
against planet orbits.

First of all, to be able to
calculate the force of the
SW
from
the Sun, we need to calculate the
force of the
SW
at that distance from the
Sun where we want to know its
strength (the
angle velocity).

Planet

Orbit circumference

1 Sun
Rotation (s)

30d. 24t. 60m.
60s.

Rotation
m/s

(/)
devide

(=)
are

Mercury

3.64 * 10^{11} m

2.592.000 s.

140.432

Venus

6.80 * 10^{11} m

2.592.000 s.

262.345

Earth

9.40 * 10^{11} m

2.592.000 s.

362.654

Mars

14.30 * 10^{11} m

2.592.000 s.

551.697

Jupiter

48.88 * 10^{11} m

2.592.000 s.

1.885.803

Saturn

89.61* 10^{11} m

2.592.000 s.

3.457.175

Uranus

180.00 * 10^{11} m

2.592.000 s.

6.944.444

Neptune

280.00 * 10^{11} m

2.592.000 s.

10.802.469

The speed of the sun’s
rotation by its equator is about 25
days, by the poles 34.3 days.
Hence
is an approximated average
velocity: 30 days used. This is
not completely correct but only
affects the constant used in the
equation below. When we know the correct average
rotation velocity of the mass of
the sun, we can later correct
the constant. Therefore,
this point is not important
right now.

Based on a new
equation
we can calculate
the force of the space wind:

V = RM/Qr²

V

=

Speed
due to Space Wind.

R

=

The strength of the rotating SW (Example: The
circumference of the Earth's orbit (around the Sun) divided by the number of second
one rotation of the Sun takes) => SW velocity in the
Suns
orbit. (m/s) (angel velocity)

M

=

Mass
(primary) of the rotating object's).

Q

=

Rotation Force
Constant
6.52* 10^{21} (temporary')

r²

=

Distance Square

The purpose with this equation
is toshow the force
of the
SW

This equation can be used to
calculate the
acceleration
that will affects the planets or
any other object inside the gravitational field,
of the Sun, as well as
moons orbiting a planet.

Planet

Sun Mass

Rotation
m/s

Distance^{2} (m)

Constant

Space Wind
m/s

(*)
multiply

(*)
multiply

(/)
devide

(/)
devide

Mercury

2 * 10^{30}

140.432

0.58 * 10^{11} m

6.52* 10^{21}

1.28 * 10^{-8}
m/s^{2}

Venus

2 * 10^{30}

262.345

1.08 * 10^{11} m

6.52* 10^{21}

6.89 * 10^{-9}
m/s^{2}

Earth

2 * 10^{30}

362.654

1.50 * 10^{11} m

6.52* 10^{21}

4.94 * 10^{-9}
m/s^{2}

Mars

2 * 10^{30}

551.697

2.28 * 10^{11} m

6.52* 10^{21}

3.26 * 10^{-9}
m/s^{2}

Jupiter

2 * 10^{30}

1.885.803

7.78 * 10^{11} m

6.52* 10^{21}

9.55 * 10^{-10} m/s^{2}

Saturn

2 * 10^{30}

3.457.175

14.3 * 10^{11} m

6.52* 10^{21}

5.16 * 10^{-10} m/s^{2}

Uranus

2 * 10^{30}

6.944.444

28.7 * 10^{11}
m

6.52* 10^{21}

2.59 * 10^{-10} m/s^{2}

Neptune

2 * 10^{30}

10.802.469

45.0 * 10^{11} m

6.52* 10^{21}

1.64 * 10^{-10} m/s^{2}

Equalizing Forces

Planet

Relativistic Resistance
(RR)

Space WindF

Mercury

1.27 * 10^{-8}
m/s^{2}

1.28 * 10^{-8}
m/s^{2}

Venus

6.81 * 10^{-9}
m/s^{2}

6.89 * 10^{-9}
m/s^{2}

Earth

4.93 * 10^{-9}
m/s^{2}

4.94 * 10^{-9}
m/s^{2}

Mars

3.24 * 10^{-9}
m/s^{2}

3.26 * 10^{-9}
m/s^{2}

Jupiter

9.48 * 10^{-10} m/s^{2}

9.55 * 10^{-10} m/s^{2}

Saturn

5.16 * 10^{-10} m/s^{2}

5.16 * 10^{-10} m/s^{2}

Uranus

2.59 * 10^{-10} m/s^{2}

2.59 * 10^{-10} m/s^{2}

Neptune

1.64 * 10^{-10} m/s^{2}

1.64 * 10^{-10} m/s^{2}

Now
we can compare the forces due of
RR
and
SW
with each other, and see that
the two "forces" equalizes.

If our
Sun would rotate
faster, all the planets would be
thrown further out in space. The opposite
happen when rotation of the Sun
is decreasing, whereby planets will approach the Sun
due to
RR
.

The influences of
RR
& SW.

1

How
to
calculate the
RR
& SW influence of
Planets
here