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      Mirror world and planetary orbit distribution in the solar system(Geometric derivation and physical significance of the distribution law of the orbits of the solar and solar-like planets)


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          There are different opinions on the distribution formula of the distance between Titius-Bode's planets [1,-5]Some people use this theory to prove that exoplanet systems have the same regularity [4], But the emergence of the Hot Jupiter has made many people less convinced of the empirical formula Titius-Bode law. The explanation of the Titius-Bode law in our past theory is not convincing because of the incorporation of too many traditional theories and concepts, and almost all the papers that explain the distribution of planets are in the present theoretical framework [2-5]To explain. In fact, the distribution law of the distance of planets is related to the cause of gravitation. I dont know the cause of the gravitation and the process of action. The "planetary distance distribution rule" cannot be interpreted correctly. To use "six-level multidimensional symmetric complex geometry" [7] to understand the genesis of the derivation of the solar system's orbit, the actual application is a simple and easy-to-understand explanation of the "gravity of six-level multidimensional symmetric complex geometry" [8], so understanding this article requires understanding" Six-level symmetry theory of gravity' [7, 8].

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          11 July 2020
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          Astronomy & Astrophysics, Physics, Mathematics

          planetary orbital distribution,, Titius-Bode law, six-level multidimensional geometry, gravitational structure,, planetary evolution


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