Titius-Bode law

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Titius-Bode law


Titius's law:

see Bode's lawBode's law
[for J. E. Bode], also known as Titius's law or the Titius-Bode law, empirical relationship between the mean distances of the planets from the sun. If each number in the series 0, 3, 6, 12, 24, … (where a new number is twice the previous number) is increased by
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Titius–Bode law

(tit -ee-ŭs boh-dĕ) See Bode's law.
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Titius-Bode law

[′tēt·sē·əs ′bōd·ə ‚lȯ]
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Harmonic resonances of planet and moon orbits - From the Titius-Bode law to self-organizing systems arXiv:1701.
The early history of the Titius-Bode law. American Journal of Physics, 1972, v.
In theft case, some astronomers have suggested that Pluto may have originally been one of Neptune's moons that subsequently escaped from the latter's orbit, and that the combined system was initially located at about 38.8 a.u., in accordance with the Titius-Bode law.
Jaume Llibre and Conchita Pinol of the University ofBarcelona in Spain say they can explain the Titius-Bode law by gravity if they take into account the sun's motion around the center of the Milky Way galaxy.
The exo-planetary system of 55 Cancri and the Titius-Bode law. Revista Mexicana de Astronomia y Astrofisica, 2008, v.
Firstly, there exists some astronomical phenomena that could not be interpreted by the present theories of gravitation, for instance, the Titius-Bode law [1].
The Titius-Bode Law of planetary distances: its history and theory.
When Giuseppe Piazzi spotted Ceres in 1801, he was immediately hailed for discovering the "missing" planet that had been predicted by the Titius-Bode law to lie between Mars and Jupiter (S&T: February 2001, page 49).
Now there were two planets where the Titius-Bode law said there should be one.