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Logically the Center of the Galaxy is closer than expected ... PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 26 September 2008 19:15

Today, the "normal" distance between us and the Center of the Galaxy is 30.000 year-light, more exactly 24,800 LY.

However, as we comment here (in this website), the speed of light is not constant, but variable depending of the gravity (of planets).

In other words, if we had defined a YL, that is a year at the speed of the light, this is exactly 9,460,730,472,580.8 km as the result of  365.25 days x  299 792 458 m/s x 86.400 days, this will be valid only close to our solar system.

I see that because all the planets within our solar system have a gravity different from our planet, just from here to Mars, Jupiter ... the speed will increase and accelerate. Will be interesting to calculate the acceleration in this long distance.

Therefore, there are absolutely no doubts than the Center of the Galaxy is closer than 9,460,730,472,580.8 km. I see a lot of approximations one-after-other.

I will be more precise, later this year, about the distance from here to the end of the Galaxy. However, please understand that the speed is variable ...


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