April 19, 2014
Kepler’s Constant, Aether spheres, Helical orbits
The purpose of this paper is to illustrate that the orbit of Mercury consists of two spheres (of Aether) Where the smaller Aether sphere (carrying the planet) circulates a larger Aether sphere, centred on the Sun. The centre of the smaller sphere is mounted at the Kepler radius ‘R’ from the Sun circulating in the orbit year ‘t = 87.969 days’. Operational Physics is demonstrated rather than the varying gravitational and mathematical variations needed by the current hypothetical ‘Orbit’. The repulsive nature between the two spheres is open to speculation.