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Are You Talking About Bode's Law

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Posted by Michael McNeil on September 9, 2001 06:39:19 UTC

Bode's Law is the frequency of a solar system. At the crests of a gravitational wave or perhaps some as yet unknown or unexplained feature of astrodynamics, matter is deposited at specific intervals around the central mass.

With the planet at the center of the solar system the detritus are called planets. For a planet such as Jupiter the detritus are called satellites.

The laws for deposition are of course unknown. Even the deposition of material in a sand bar is a problem for those who study hydrodynamics.

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