Ritz, Hubble, cosmological redshift, binaries, ballistic theory, Galileo-Newtonian mechanics, Eddington, Galilean law of addition of velocities, Freundlich, Ritz effect, Comstock, Belopolsky
Translated to English with Google Translate by Thomas E. Miles
There are many curiosities in space that scientists could not even imagine recently. Exoplanets revolving near other stars and so different from the planets of the Sun have also become exotic that astronomers are lost in the explanations of their anomalies. Astronomers of antiquity experienced similar torments, trying to understand the visible meandering and backward movements of the planets. Only Copernicus, Kepler and Galileo, rejecting the dogmas of Aristotle and Ptolemy, showed that the real orbits of the planets are simpler and different from the visible, relative motions distorted by the Earth's orbital rotation.
Perhaps the key to exoplanets is that their real motions are different from the visible ones? In this article we will show that the rejection of Einstein's dogmas and taking into account the relative motion of light according to Galileo-Newtonian mechanics explains all the oddities of exoplanets.