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Planet System - B. Masses

0. Planet masses from the Exponent series x 10, with exponent 3/2
The elementary number series 5-4-3-2-1-0 with exponent 2/3, times 100 gives abbreviated
the arithmetic series 292 - 252 - 208 - 159 - 100, baptized the Exponent series (ES).
    This number series appear in a mass anaysis of the genetic code.

The same series times 10 only and with inverted exponent 3/2 gives the bold numbers in the figure below - if first number 29,2 is doubled. (More simply expressed as 5-4-3-2-1 times 103/2, 31,62.)

Unites = mass of Earth.

Total sum, circa 447:
It may also be expressed as 2 x 51/2 times 102  (= 447,21.).

The illustration refers to the background model on this site, the dimension chain 5-2-3-4-1-0 where debranched degrees in each step may meet "the other way around" in a stepwise disintegration.

Sum of numbers from 4-3-2-1 = 125,5 + 94,9 + 63,4 + 31,6 =
= 316,4, about the mass of Jupiter.

Adding only three last numbers (20,8 + 15,9 + 10 = 46,67) before applying exponent 3/2 gives 318,9 - about Jupiter including the 4 small inner planets.

46,67 with inverted exponent 2/3 gives 12,96 = sum of triplets 5,43 +4,32 + 3,21. Compare masses  of planets and this triplet series.

   The interval in underlying step 5 - 4 with doubled first number 29,2, becomes 320,7, approximating Jupiter plus small inner planet.

Neptune and Uranus:
Interval in step 4 - 3 = 44 in the ES-series. 442/3 = 12,46.

   Neptune 17,152/3 = 6,65.
   Uranus 14,542/3 = 5,96. Sum 12,61., about a 1/10 of the number at stage 4.

12,613/2 = 44,78., about a tenth of the whole sum.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




© Åsa Wohlin
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Texts are mostly extractions from a booklet series, made publicly available in year 2000

 


1. Planet distances in AE - Exponent 3/2

2. Planet distances
- variation
of Bode's formula - 1/98

3. Planet distances out of a
2x2-chain

4. A graph for planet distances in AE

Masses in Earth units

0. Planet masses
from the Exponent series

1. Masses of planets
from 1/98

2. Masses of planets from
a chain 2x2

3. Masses of planets from
simple triplet chains with exponent 9/4, [3/2]2

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Latest updated
2017-01-06
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