Formation of the Solar System
Analysis of the orbital motion of the Earth, the Moon and other planets and their satellites led to the discovery that all bodies in the Solar System are moving with the first cosmic velocity of their proto parents. The mean orbital velocity of each planet is equal to the first cosmic velocity of the Protosun, the radius of which is equal to the semi-major axis of the planet’s orbit. The same applies for the planets’ satellites. All the small planets, comets, other bodies and the Sun itself follow this law, a finding that has also been proven by astronomical observations. The theoretical solutions based on the Jacobi dynamics explain the process of the system creation and decay, as well as the nature of Kepler’s laws.
Presents the unique physics and mechanisms of creation, separation and orbiting of the Solar System bodies proved by observational data Provides evidence that because of expansion and evolution of the Universe as a whole the hierarchy of celestial bodies (galaxy – star – planet satellite)was created Shows that all the observed dynamical processes on Earth (earthquakes and volcanism, climate and weather change, dynamics of the atmosphere and oceans) are consequences of the continuing process of the evolution of the Earth and the Sun Provides a solid basis for development of dynamical branches