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Curiosum: The Titius-Bode Law Shows a Modified Proto-Gas-Planets' Sequence

Thierry De Mees
Year: 2009 Pages: 8
Keywords: gravitation, gravitomagnetism, gyrotation, Titius-Bode law, gas planets, solar protuberance
During my research on a better comprehension of the formation of our planetary system, which started with my paper "Are Venus' and Uranus' Tilt of Natural Origin?", it appeared to me that the protuberance-model needs an addition. As know from my former paper, Neptune is the "lonely planet". But I found more. In this paper, I come to the curiosum, that the sequence order of the gas-planets, at the very beginning of its existence as proto-planets, should have been as follows: proto-Jupiter, -Neptune (!) , -Saturn, and -Uranus. The basis for this research lays in the existence of the remarkable Titius-Bode law, and the unexpected successive matter composition of our gas-planets.