AE  the middle distances of the planets from the sun, in
Earth units:
See Table, link to the left. (Ast. = the belt of asteroids approximate number)
Distances in AE from a simple dimension chain with exponents
3/2:
(Cf. the same chain with exponent 2/3 for amino acids in codon
groupings.)
Odd enough we get directly 4 of the 10 AEnumbers of planets with
AE of Earth as unit. With 2 times 5^{3/2}
= 11,18 we also get the AEnumber of Pluto 39,4 and that of Neptune
(30,1), somewhat too high (30,4).
(Remember perhaps
that dimension degree 0/00 is equivalent to 5' in the views in
this model.)
Ur:. distance out of 5 + 4: compare perhaps that its rotation
axis is nearly parallel to the rotation plane  unlike the other
planets.
Halfsteps (?):
Sums, square roots (?):
( Without Mars:
)
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To Planet distances:
Variation of Bode's formula
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