Igor Zlobin. Space Geometry of the Double-planet System: Earth–moon

Natural Sciences / Astronomy / Astrodynamics

Submitted on: Jun 24, 2017, 05:35:04

Description: This article focuses on the process of stability of the Moon in orbit around the Earth from point of view of geometrodynamics. We presented a proposal in which a hypothesis is formulated about the existence of a gravitational curvature created by the gravity fields of the Earth and the Moon. We used the immersion diagram method to quantify the height of the assumed curvature at the intersection point of the curved metrics. So, its height from the MoonEs side is estimated by value hА☾ ≈ 0.112933×105 cm, and from the Earth's side h♁А ≈ 3.478138×105 cm. We estimated the time over which the Moon slips off its orbit due to deceleration caused by the radiation of weak gravitational waves. This value is defined as t ≈ 1.349971×1032 sec.

The abstract of this article will be published in the June 2017 issue of "Intellectual Archive Bulletin", ISSN 1929-1329.

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