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      Study of gravitational constant and mercury's precession from perspective of physical aesthetics and ideal fluid

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            Newton's law of universal gravitation does not explain the Mercury's orbit anomalous precession, and the gravitational constant G values measured by different research teams do not coincide. This paper studied the two problems from a physical aesthetics and ideal fluid perspective, and derived a new formula for calculating the exact G value by using the speed of light in vacuum, including formulas for error correction, and verified by experimental results of other scientists. After being corrected, the G values measured by some famous surveyors approximately coincide with a specific value. The formulas also verified by the precession of Mercury's orbit and contribute an additional 35.94"/cy to the theoretical calculation value, the Mercury's anomalous precession, calculated by Le Verrier, is then reduced from 38"/cy to about 2"/cy. This provides another explanation for Mercury's anomalous precession which is completely different from that of Einstein's general relativity. Conclusion is that G equals 1/(16πc) when the masses are mass points and the Mercury's orbit anomalous precession equals 43"/cy should not be the evidence for prove Einstein's general relativity is correct. Further, this paper also presented an experimental plan for the space agency to verify who is right.

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            ScienceOpen Preprints
            ScienceOpen
            20 October 2020
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            [1 ] Hainan Shulin Education Group Co., Ltd.
            [2 ] Hefei University of Technology
            Article
            10.14293/S2199-1006.1.SOR-.PPZPJHE.v2
            109dee82-4e7f-4f39-b31a-450d96a476bc

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            Planetary astrophysics,General relativity & Quantum cosmology,Physics
            gravitational constant,perihelion precession,Inverse-Square,general relativity,derived constant,physical aesthetics

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