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TCS Theory - Planetary mechanics

This work is a continuation of the paper The Three-dimensional Complex Space theory - TCS Theory published in 2010, and that it will introduce into the laws that govern planetary systems, specifically in the domain of the foundations of global and satellite stability throughout the planetary system as part or not of all the galaxies in our cosmos. The most significant finding and certainly surprising, first published in this paper refers to the significant implications of solar drag in planetary stability, conceptually very different from the ideas of the deformation fields published in General Relativity by A. Einstein.

Another phenomenon also published for the first time in this work and also very significant, is the action of electro-gravitational repulsive force between planetary objects that deters and prevents possible collisions between them. It is perfectly clear the inaccuracy of planetary masses considered furthest from the Sun with densities close to the water that occurs because under the old Newton equation of limited applicability. We make some allusions to the stability of galactic and globular clusters, but this will be expanded and included in a forthcoming work about the laws on galactic subspace.

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